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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: weekly[feb. 5, 1975-<1994>]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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Slated OnShoplifters I Will Be Considered f







DeL Lt. W J. Dohennon of I By Council Tuesday I

the Tituaville Police Department I R I Ia
laid today that recently there aq -

has been a great increase in
;I shoplifting cases by juveniles. I Fluoridation, a subject that has rf Jess Parrlsh Memorial Hospital cation Is the second of three requested Olen A. Kelley U requesting E

There have been from one to : bcininv controversial in Titus- sinlf, urging the fluorlila changes/ for the new rezoning of property along

five shopliftings reported each yule will no doubt pack the city Unit of the walir a)'stem.TinIP coning map, whlih the council Magnolia Avenue from R.Ib to
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council at the regular leeched too late to act ,
day he stated.Bohannon room was considerable dlseuMinii upnn BP to allow professional office
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meeting; Tuesday night with several dent Mlpuitlilpating five retuning/ applimllmm are Sinclair Refining Co, Is requesting
t has ordered a Slated on the! agenda Is the 1 after which< the or- sd for public healings during rezoning of its pioper-

crackdown on shoplifting and second reading of an ordinance (l'hulllt.ua crud for the first the meeting, ty at corner of Main and Washington
said that anyone apprehendedon providing fur the fluoridation of tune Paul/ While Is requesting rezoning hoot BH to BA to permit

such charges will be subject .1 the city's water system, which Is A rind. ,, ordmnme Is also on on a seven-sere tract on count ruction of a new building.
to a fine and possible jail sentence dated to be mid for the second the agenda, this Olio reqiusttd! the North side of Garden Sheet! ,

Also juveniles involved lime. by Vijim Corp. fur .le-ziming: from It-lb hi H-3 and UA.My Carlo Mayer la requesting re-

will be brought before the juven I The suhjict was Introduced at tlit'li prupirtv In Hiir's Addition re r. Green, presenting toning of property located on the

lie court. .Y the meeting two weeks ago as a from, Rib to IIW to allow Llndxey Inc. is requesting renorth aide of Route 50, about I

I result of letters from Dr T Paul \\SMhoMKing/ This wtl:I ju1 lilt) aiming of property located west t half,mile east of SR 405 from

Haney, dliector of the County weed, reading for thin tndin- of the FKC: Railroad, north of f,> liU to R Ib to allow single family

Industry And Health Department I Dr Donald sore Aitoiding to City Mansiiucr Forest and oust of Lion Air residences.

T, Spore president of the Bre- !: Cli'\'eland Talniudgo, the, SiilHllvislon from Rib to K.3 to Alan on the agenda:

yard County Denial Society, and property was previously iiwel I allow lownhouski and) apaitnicnts. Proposal from Dick Spanglerof
Unions
Begin Dr, A, L Tagudm, vice-president for w at('housing and this appli the county: commission office
,
for the purchase of cltownf'dlllpt'rlv
Vole Campaign : located on the south

? H.I Operations Director aide of Palmetto, about 150 feet

A meeting planned this west of Palm The property laDO

by labor union officials and In- CARS, CARS EVERYWHERE.; The a- both the truck and the car left the road( by loo feet and lie* in the block

dustrial leader at Cape Kennedy, bove photo shows the scene of the accident and hit another car driven by Arthur Harry being sought by the county for

to organize a "get out the vote" which occurred Friday at 1:45: p. m. Reckham of Ormond Beach. Nearly For GDA Heads Drive county building expansion

county wide program, with the on U. S. 1 at the Whataburger Drive-In $3,000 damage was done to the three ve. Gen ftubests will protest the

cooperation of the GOP and Demo Restaurant. The accident happened when hicles. Investigating the accident were renaming of( Elizabeth Drive to

executive committee. Ethel H. McDonald of Melbourne was patrolmen Bert Sellers, Les Brandies, and Ken Newton Operations Director ail, 13, and Cynthia Karen, 13.He volunteer that puts public contributions Wesley Dilve.
traveling in the right lane and made a left Sgt. John Threlkcld. McDonald was charg. for General Dynamics/As came to Cape Kennedy during to work meeting the
Joseph M. Haney, chairman of turn. As she made the turn she ran Into ed with improper lane change and Campbell tronautics at Cape Kennedy, August of last year as Director nerds of the expanding community Also on the agenda will b* the

the Democratic executive committee the path of an auto transport truck driven with having improper drivers license heads the 11)64) Brevard County of Operations, for one of the through U qualified agencies council's consideration of the re-

has been quoted as sayIng by Charles L. Campbell of Miami. Then -S-A Photo), United Fund Solicitation lie was nstlon'i leading missile and and services His executive ability ilgnallun o( City Attorney Max

that 39 percent of eligible recently elected Vice Presidentof space launch vehicle manufacturers II I expected to contribute Brewer and adoption of a resolution .

voters In Brevard are not registered the United Fund and Is a This background and enpirloiui to the realitaton of a successful commending! the real I
and he felt "if we can't get member of the Board of Direct Is an asset to the United Brcvsrd! County United/ Fund committee fur their effort In

the people to vote then w* are Will Hold. First ora Fund, the urbanization\ vf Campaign.: drawing Up a new city seal, recently
politically bankrupt. YMCA J adopted by council
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also
,: InvOili\ eapaeity| | Ile U an
Cliff Rueter, GOP committee "ksilrtanl'ld'tile' Chairman
Poisoned Children Back Ai HomeNine
chairman: has leveled a verbal J, M, Orr', and will lead U.S. Savings Bond
barrage against supervisor of the countywide effort of eleven ;
registration, Edna Carole, calling HereNorth ares and division chairmen to negro children admitted to was asked by health offlclsli for

her registration books "thirty per Membership Meeting raise funds to support!, the agencies Jess Parrlsh Memorial Hospitalon the emergency CD hospital In Sales In i
County
cent Inaccurate She was defended providing service to meet Thursday for t treatment of North lirevanl, Mrs. Gibbon

by \Haney who said the the needs of the citizens of Bre- poisoning from school, drinking culled North Brevard director
supervisor had a tremendous job Dievaid residents, who been chairman of the sustaining tamed donations and pledges of yard County. The fM4,ww October water, have been released, according Doug fiitch who arranged thru Total

in a growing county such as Bra have worked hard in the formation membership drive, which ob over $7,000, campaign goal Is M5io( to hospital authorities state Hoard of Health for the 230- $$2,056,235
vard higher than last year's goal The The poisoning came from seepage
of the North Brevard ,
bed hospital to be put on a standby
goal continues to each of toxic sodium chromate, Sales of U. S Saving Bond
grow yearas
Mrs. Carlile has stated she has Branch of the Young Mcn'iCluUun Citizens To Launch the county does, enabling the used to clean school boilers, Into hauls fur use If m-cdcd The in Brevard County tots) $2,038,285:
Is stored at the
doubts that proposal to take Association will be potable hospital
a United Fund to Increase Its support the water system.According fur the first six months of 1964.
Cumlllla lon headquarters at Arthur
registration books to union meet recognized; at a dinner meeting of the normal growth and : to health department
to contractor offices Dunn Airpark. Thli reflect a 18 8 cent Increase .
ings and Cape and per
of
major expansion agencies
tomorrow night at Whispering nflcials this ordinarily would and
is legal, but said she would Driver Safety CampaignA to support new agency this fifteen children were strickenas over the like period! In
Hills Country Club. could not happen, but a chainof
make study of the matter, She yesr events created. the health hag- they drank from the fountain 1903, with 87.B per cent of quota
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stressed the branch offices of the Also on the agenda fur the din Newton Is a graduate Lledrlcal during school' summer recreation attained for the ,
aril City of Titusvllle water de- year
Kirk-
registration office were open campaign to protect the lives lie Safety, Colonel H N.
ner meeting are the election of Six were treated at the
MethndbtUniversity
Engineer of Southern partmcnt crews had cut off waterto program
of Brevard motorists from reckless
could man. bale
day and persons register for the month of June
every the board of anti hts been with hospital and released but the following
permanent managers drivers will be kicked off the school as work progressedon
without problems.Commission According to A. Haley Jones
totaled I3J0.43S: : In the ,
nine admitted to the co ity
CD/A for 13 )'eara. This term water line At the were
and presentation of charter Wednesday at the Rsmada Inn Technical Advisor to the local a same
membership caida and certificates starting at 8:31: p,m, safely council, a Board of Directors was Interrupted for a ,period! of time, the boilers were being hospital for treatment; Randy' Elate.wMe, the level of both E
four which ft'nit, If); Richard Bunter 14,
was spent
years performing cleaned, a regular
summer
Ok'sUse occur-
Officially named the BRnYARD has been selected livingprrlent..tllln and II purchases in June were up
research at the University RIchard Washington 13, Gerald
ance, and the cleaning fluid, lel'poed
to all aectlons of the
COUNTY SAFETY COUNCIL of He and his wife Williams, 13, Jerry 13 from the same month a year ago,
Chicago Ponrey,
This is the first official I meet County, "We're tired of seeing Into the water line through ;
a group of leading citizens Kathy have two children, Mich- valve, due to negative Alplmnso Williams 12, Deon Harvey the combined gain being 21 percent
Of Building ing of the entire membership.Bert Innocent citizens being slam- a pressure
from every town In the County hanged/ around the highways/ by Before the cause of the polsim- 8, Jonle Lewis, I, and Sidney Both Series, however, fur

McIntosh has been serving will discuss plans for improved reckless drivers and we feel Ing was found, and as the children Williams, 6, the first six months show decline

Codes In County si chairman of the board of highway engineering and education, law Prin.enforcement something can be done about it," Cigarette Causes became III, civil defense dindor School workmen are presently from the previous year E'. by

managers during the organizing said Jones. Mrs Louise Gibbons; was Installing an anti siphon valve to about' $:!IJOOOO SIM! If* by 11.300-
cipal speaker for the evening
notified of possible epidemic Insure against this type ..ccldenthppl'l OW, percentage-wise a drop of
a
to combat Inferioror Jones, a former professional
In an effort period and Ray Winstead has will be Florida' Director of Pub- Mattress Fire
In Bre said of unknown nature and her aid nll again, 31 per cent.
substandard housing '-V.,, safety and traffic planner,
vard County, the County Commission v the July 29th meeting will Include

has authorized the zoning a "Dutch Dinner" at the answered Titusvllle a call Fire to Department 1028 4th Snake-Killing' Pooch Returned After S-A ArticleSandy's

: and planning board to adopt Ramaila, followed by Klrkmans '
/ avenue at 9:30 p,m. Friday,
and conform to National Electric talk "Every Interested citizens
Two units sent to the
Code nnd the Southern Standard should come" he added, "par- were 'I

code in housing tlcuUrly parents of school children scene iirull and blaze quickly which extinguishedthe was amattress Back At PostSandy's
Our objective Is to prevent
Upon criticism from HHFA as accidents through: citizen partici- that had caught fire.

to inferior housing standards, pation In planning better educational Captain Jim Pemlergrsph said!
Zoning and Planning Director program, highways", and that tin occupant of the house back! The SUr,Aitvocete, which con- tin took him hum, not rialIslrg -

0, D. Peavy has proceeded to law enforcement" Ixilols McCradun laid that a Th canine assistant caretaker tolred. an articlo about the they' had abducted. the

conform to these codes and to Cost of the dinner will be $3,00. cigarette had fallen on the mattress of Fox Lake Recreation missing dog, was en the street assistant caretaker In charge

Inform HHFA how the county Persona unable to attend! the dinner that afternoon and she Park was returned to his "h., Someone evidently. thought tl armadillo hunting and

intend to implement these but who want to hear Colonel pound water on it thinking it py hunting grounds" one heur Sandy was stray, homtlos' snake: killing.

codes Kirkman, will be admittedat wss out. It evidently Ignited after 'lust Monday's edition ef dog and being a good s.marl- Sandy Is working under

A* part of the Workable Program 7:U: p.m, again causing the the, chief carstakor, Vos Bihopr
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of HHFA in attempt to rid The new Safety Council' Board Damage/ was approximately I ,,'.:1'. ".v" ,>'I'-1.'fI/,,, ""'' ".,.._') f' .. .... end according le Bishop' and
housing of Directors include: Paul King .. visitor to the Park;
the county of inferior thlof
$ZOO as reported by Fendergrsph. '. ,, ,;
and maintain more orderly Chief Safety Engineer, NASA' ; 'I, yr Star Advocate fUMng editor

growth to continue FHA partici Rev John Meyer, Cape Canaveral ) ','1" Charlie Alton, the park cane -

pations, Peavy will work up such Ia I ; Jim Ellington and Judge i I $ operate w,thout Sandy. H*,

program in de'ail! and submit Boh McGregor, Cocoa Beach; To Push ," .. has already kllltd one snake

it to Titusvilles HHFA representative. Robert Amos, Satellite Beach; Stamp ....-.. sine his return
for Ai ser Smith, Mayor Eau Gallic;
Harry Lindsey, Sandy (5s a 'full blordad' mutt,
study before forwarding to At. Mrs Muriel Mirnberger, Mel Vole j 'little bit IIf dachiund sprinkled
bourne H B. Vsndersllce, Cocoa Sign UpThe *
office.
lanta district armadillo-
In, He lo.n
Jr., Merritt '--
George King
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worked this
Peavy has on program __ m_ bland, Leigh Wilson, Brevard V Postofflce, / Department hunting, soaks killing noeot-
and the
months
for several County Sheriff, and U. Randy Is doing Us bit to encourage litat the park and .his friendly
commission yesterday agreed togo LOOT RECOVERED The arsenal of firearm shown db..ltlen makes him
Robinson, Florida State Highway voter registration and elections
along with him on it. Lees here Is that recovered ,t'fII1I ,
following of of
burglary the Goode's Patrol Young people of Brevsrd A new stamp will be availableat ate an official entertainer
Wenner, vice chairman, asked Gun Shop and Sporting Goods Store in Melbourne .
recently > g"serfs.Bishop
are also represented by the appointment the Tituaville Postofflce onAugust park
Pesvy if it could be adopted Arrested in connection with the burglary werea of teenagers Charles 3.Containing. i'!
without being implemented immediately suspended Eau Gallie Patrolman, William 28 riSMd tt-at olth' -
Gourlay McKinney, Cocoa Beach and the United Stales .
to which he received and Joseph Lewis Spurlmg, 23, of Melbourne. Investigation Linda Katowskl Melbourne. flag In the background, the stamp j, :: u..11. Sandhas b.*n vseclnalH -
collar
an affirmative answer. of the cue continues and it U anticipated that the Charles A, Maxwell, Public Relations hal "Register/ Vote" In the foreground I I I'0. s 4 : and has tags! and a ,-
t The and zoning balance of the 162 stolen will be : ho doosn't wear thorn MClaus -
planning
guns recovered within Director TRW Spare It Is In red and blue on J :J. would
board will have charge of enforcing the next few days. Sheriff Leigh Wilson, left, and chief Technology laboratories Florida whits paper. ------ - wu- ---- the; tinkling sound
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the code but Peavy Deputy Clyde Bates praised the cooperation received Division, has agreed to serve Th stamps will be first placedon SANDY -- Fox Lake assistant caretaker in charge of warn the 'rltto,. he's c. .-

stressed he saw no reason for from other law enforcement agencies in helping to solve temporarily as Public Relations, sale in Washington on August Snake Killing and Armadillo Harrassing has returned leg end th.s" would sliest his

concern from builder the useSA( Photo). MVJajr, I. the job. (S-A Photo). "average. ..






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flNavllleP.rtdaliar( ) .AIIYNI" Monday, July 27, I,M

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'Phone 287-3994 with;# barbara car/on


Jeannie and Ben Pecha of 214 From there, the four couples Thornton Ave., returned this past, I I SPECIALS

Barna Ave. were honored with a enjoyed a delicious dinner at weekend after spending a delightful
Fay. and Murphy Wardman's week with Jane and Gil
progressive dinner party Thurs
and, later, had the dessert and Gilbert son of Thornton. The
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the occasion of
day evening on
1r t wr1Y played cards at Ruth and Doug Gilbertsons are currently vacationing
Jaycee Wives their 16th wedding anniversary. Eartihart't home at 1110 Main at their summer cottageat '!'! ({

The evening began with a< aoc- St New Smyrna Beach KT
\ lal get together at the home of

Co Western" h r} M i Marion and Colaman Burke at Donna Harrison young daughter HolUe Henderson, daughter of BROMO.5

" 111 Echo Circle. of Nina and Jack Harrison Barbara and Tom Henderson re-

At t Hobo Dance turned recently' from Camp Ton- i SELTZER 5JS
Wanda at Ilcndenonville, N.C.
Tl T'S Birdie"
"Bye Bye
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"Go Western, Young Lady, The Duplicate Bridge Club met

. and so they did. last Wednesday In their air con. :::;5 With Coupon 3 7< ;;!:

Titutville Jaycee Wives en- Relaxing Summer Musical,. dllloned club house at 605 Injian ::;5 Only. :s
tertained their husbands and River Ave Winner announced
Good Thru Wod., July 29Alllltltt

guests dance at Saturday a "Western night at Hobo"the ar On Stage Thin Weekend Pam Friday Phllyaw were, Joe William Pruitt, Margie Smith, J

Perklss and Hal Ness. The club 111111111OLAPSEN'S' \
Lang; Branch Saloon", in Dodge
Titusville Little Theatre's sumo hood who I II about to be drafted meets each Wednesday.Enjoyed ,
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CJty, Florida Wonderland.Tho
atmosphere was truly western mer musical special, 'Bye Bye into the Army (Rick Fey), and ,, ;, ({
Birdie", II I filled with energetic aeaon with a lovable teenagerwho chatting with two of
with the setting of the"saloon"
teen.agor-, colorful scenery, and has a bright sweet voice the lovely. young teenagers working -
I'OOmher"lnd, tho costume the worn by : g.s4 songs you'll go homo ainging. (Lois Outright) and her steady in, Titusville Little Theatre's s::

appearance e' .. John Hogan, popular local died (Keith Smith), and )'ou'n. havea musical comedy, "Bye Bye Bird

of ing Alan Marshal"C",,Dodge who City's entertained) Sing ."" -- ._"..--, ... .. -,---.. Jockey, has an excellent voice foil recipe! for a very pleasant evening ie" which opens this Friday. VITAMIN C f
his lead role as Albert, a musici of entertainment for the entire Seventeen year old Lois Cutrightwill
SPEAKS :: : : ::
gueits with his many varieties COUNTY COMMISSIONER Gus Faulk, play the teenage lead, Kim ** :
publisher and prospective Engnllsh family. 4
of western songs and Impersonations Brevard County Commissioner was guest speaker at a MacAfee, and I II doing a real a*.. Ascorbic Acid :: :
of western singers. Addingto recent meeting for Central Florida Welcome Wagon teacher You'll love 'Put'On "Bye Bye Birdie" "la presented good Job Lois I II the daughter of :::; 2JO Mg. Reg. 1.98 C
A Facet"Cloirette : 96
the authenticity of the evening hostesses at Whispering Hills Country Club. Faulk spoketo happy in conjunction with the Titusville Mn and Mr. W. J. Cutright, 1414 ::;; With Coupon ;;:
Murray star as HoiIP Recreation Department and
Dodge City's gunfightcrs en. the women on "area problems and pleasures". From Oak Terrace and ha* three 0 Only. S
tcrud the saloon during the dance left are Mrs. Ruth Barnhart, Titusville W.W. hostess; Mrs. Albert's secretary who would directed by L. Andrew Young younger brothers, Bruce (14)),
and delighted guests with one of Margaret Cann W.W executive super.; and, standing are like to bo much more. Mix in a Choreographer 1 II Jeanne Patterson Warren ((10)) and Ed ((7)). Good flee Wed,, July 2911I111lM1111111

their famous "shootouts". Mrs. Judy Hurlburt, Superintendent from Mid-Central domineering mother (Kay Lee and singing director iaJewcU The Cutright family moved J

Florida; Faulk and Mrs Alice Pryor superintendent for Moran) and a rock-and-roll sing Bradfield. here taut February from War- \\

rOumes were enjoyed, among East Central Florida.Carlson( Photo). er, Albert's chief means of livell- In the supporting cast will be reniburg Mo Lot will be a senior
which, the broom dance and a jfeveral seasoned member of at Titusville High where she .tLI. a({

square dance called by Al Bender Lutheran Women TI.T; Ken Morton, Jean Fey took part In their musical,
a member of the Twlrlaways Brevard Baptist New Arrivals j
and Jan Kilgore. Newcomer Include "Oklahoma" a few month ago
Square Dancers, were favorities Assoc W.M.U. In via the Stork Meet For Dinner | ; Arlene Newkerk, Hilary Lois also appeared In operetta

Judged as the best costumedctllJple Newkerk, Tim Webber, Martha and an opera MAALOX
Quarterly MeetingThe Members of the Good
( were Dr. and Mrs, David Shepherdj\!
Brooks, George Mahan, Elane Although her favorite hobbles
Perribone, although Mr. and Urcvard Baptist Assoc- Lutheran Women's Missionary] Carlson and Robert Goad. are swimming and singing, Lois' :::: ==
League met recently at the
Mrs. Bill Clark and Mrs. Al
plans for the future center around .. -
latlonal W. M U. Quarterly This vivacious comeay will be Antacid
Bender were hits as they portrayed Meeting was held last Thursday, church for dinner which war followed her being a teacher of math and .....
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given on July 31, August 1, 7 C ;::
"MUs Kitty", "Marry- July 23rd at 10:00 I.m. at the by the July business meet and 8 at 8:IS p.m. at the Titus- science,, :::;; With Coupon 8 7
ing. Mrs. H. E. Baumbach
of and
fig Sam" "Marshal ;::
land
First Baptist Church: Cocoa The part of Kim's best friend\, .
ville Little Theatre Building on Only
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Mr :;:
Dodge City"Mr. Beach, with Mrs, Howard Jones Raymond Schwartz were Carlisle Street. Ursula, will\ be played by another :s
and Mrs. Bender were of Indian River City, president, the dinner hostesses. Mrs Louis attractive teenager, Martha Good Thru Wed, July 'A

I lucky winners of the door prize, presiding. DeMonteintroduced her guest, VFW Auxiliary Brooks. Martha i II the daughter
Mrs Betty Masck, of Mlms. of Mr. and Mrs. John H Brooks G J
conducted by Mrs. Bill Clark. Cuts Out Scuffs, 1111111'Illllllt tt\
W M. S. members were welcomed
'The festivities were conclude births Mrs. Raymond Nethlng explain. of 2730 So. Circle Drive. The
with a breakfast given by to the Church in Cocoa Rocent Parrlsh ed the structure of the Good Members of the Titusville Aux Brooks family moved here just

Mr and Mrs Phillip Warren. Beach by Mrs. H. H. Gartner Memorlnl Hoipital: Shepherd LWM.L, outlininghow iliary,. 4228; Veterans of Foreign last month from Arlington, Virginia ""--r'l' ({
their President.The Wars met Thursday, July 23 at .
Members of the dance com- service to the church, nor
rnittee were noted for their ef- business session was opened A daughter, weight seven mally performed by a separate 11 am.. at the Post Home for a Martha graduated from York- s: PLASTIC

orts. Those recognized were: with approval of the previous pounds, 11 ounces, born July 17 guild or organization, are handledby work session. town High School in Arlington LAUNDRYBASKETS
minutes The following Items of The work consisted of cutting and plans to. enter Kent State
Mrs Steve Pantano, chairman; to Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Princeton the LW.M.L along with its
business were read and approvedby out scuffs for in the University in Ohio to work to
Ors Donald Heacock, Mr*. AlBender Perkins of Titusville. mission projects and purposes patient
Mrs. Doug Ahrens, and vote: Christian Growth, Missionary Education hospitals. These scuffs were wards a major in dramatic. She = =
ftfri.. Bill Clarke Special.acknowletfgomcnt That a Night W, M. S. Association A son, weight five pounds, 13 Mite Box and Girls' packaged in individual kit which has appeared la several one'act' 1 ,... .
was given, to Mrs *! netting for 1964-OS beheld ounces born July 17 to Mr and Mission !League chairmen work includes: Jill material required to plays and In "Once Upon A Mat Reg. 1.29
John Hopkins, Carolyn Hopkins, for those who cannot attend Mn Henry Bill Eddlns of Mlms. directly with LWML. mission make a complete pair, tress", as well as working behind :::;; 66c ;:::

ffrnk Kirk and the Singing the day meeting. A committee of A son, weight eight pound, purpose, while the Altar, Nurs Mrs Edw. Cribblns, Auxllary the arrow on several other ::;: With Coupon :;::

Marshal, Alan "C". two was appointed by Mrs. Jonesto six ounces, born July 17 to Mr cry Kitchen and Christian Servo Hospital chairman read a letter *. Only .
serve on the Nominating Corn and Mrs Alexander E. Mozwt- ice committees comprise the from Mrs. Geneva Hoffman, V. Martha' favorite pasttlme Is Coed Thru Wed., July 27

mlttee for the Night Society: to of Tltusville. service projects F. W. Representative at Lake sewing and reading. She makes
Florida Greeter Mr t. S. Overstrect and Mrs.J. City \'. A. Hospital, acknowledging most of her own clothes and loves IJIII1IIIALttltWWSILVIKRIN'
newcomers Hear W. Parham.It A son, weight seven pound, The Girl's Mission League will and, thanking the Auxiliaryfor every minute of it.
was announced that the Association 10 ounces, born July 19 to Dr. meet for a splash party at the a dozen pairs of scuffs sent to They are only two of the teen- ''I-I''I.r.t1({
Artist StevensonThe Executive Board Meeting and Mrs. Gene Moore of Titusvillc. home of Mr. and Mrs Allan Niskanvn the hospital last week. Mrs. Hoffman agers in "Bye Bye Birdie".
= would be held at the Trade. 20, West Court, on Wed There are about 47 all together as
Florida Greeter stated that all the scuffs
Newcomers winds Cafeteria, Byrd Plaza, nesday! afternoon, the 20th, at 2 well' as adults and some small s:: U-/
Club held its July luncheonat were given out to the patients the
Cocoa and that the Quarterly A son, weight seven ponds, 11 p.m, children.
Whispering Hills Country dub born July 19 to Mr. and first day and that there is a
meeting would all be held In ounce, This Is going to be one or tne SHAMPOO79c
with Ed Stevenson as guest great nerd for them. She asked
Mrs Donald Gcen Wood of Ti-
Central Brevard next year. The Garden ClinicThe funniest shows to come to Ti
speaker. the Auxiliary to continue send.
Budget for the new year was tusville. tusville In some time. One scene ::: => =
ing them
-Stevenson spoke on "Aspects read and approved. It was noted A son, weight seven pounds, weekly Garden Clinic for In particular will be hilarious Size
ot, Art in Our Community" and that the resignations of Mrs Bill born July 20 to Mr. and Mrs ornamental plants will be hell) Any person In the community since everyone one the stage but :::::; C ;:

entertained members and guests Cox (Secretary) and Mrs Lamar James Twlgg of Titusville. Tuesday morning,. from 10 a.m. Interested In making these slippers the teenage singing Idol, Conrad ::;; With Coupon 41 ;::
with; his "Magic Chalk Talk Surroncy (Y.WA Director) were A son, weight seven pounds, until noon, at the County Court and would like to work at Birdie, faints dead away. The Only .
Board." He showed his drawings arcepted with regret Mrs. Jones horn July 21 to Mr and Mrs House in Titusville, homo, may pick up the kits at songs are great and there will\ be
oZ..nlmlls to humans; then with reminded l everyone that September Johnny O'Neal Mallory of Mims. the Port Home any Thursday be- a lot of fun for everyone this Good Thou Wed., 29WJ

five dots any place on the board, Is the month for State Missions. Everyone Is welcome to bringIn tween Ham. and 4 p.m and return Friday and Saturday and next \ J

can show a person In action Eastern Stars any plant problems they may tho finished articles to the weekend at Titusville Little 1111111fllllllltlCq \

,)II'. Stevenson was the club's Rev Johnny Caldwell, Pastor have, according to S. A. Rose Post Home Theatre's, "Bye Bye Birdie". t

guest: t at the luncheon. of the First Baptist Church, Hold Card Party "D'l-"I tNi1({

Cocoa Beach, an Inspiring
"Abe birthday floral arrangement ., and installed gave the new Titiicvilln( Chapter No.6, Order ::1
message
donated by Meg Fran Officers of Eastern Star, held a des. :5 30.mCHTABLE /

Partelow of Flowers by Fran, The Roll Call of Churches scit t card party last Tuesday

was presented to Louise Kleinachmidt. showed S3 present with Rowe night at the Masonic: Temple. H LAMP |

Gardens Baptist Church recerv.Ing Table prizes of ceramic ash- /r 1
.Guests at the luncheon included the Gold Cup for having the REPEAT OF A : ::::i
trays were awarded and a plant SELL-OUT WE HAD A FEW WEEKS AGO A 8.99 i
Mary Beet Pat Recklin, Mrs. Reg. .
number of mt'mberaproa'nt.
greatest er was /given ns a door prize at :: :; :
Marian Hardman, Mrs. Don Hun. Mrs. Byron Mlms (President THIS TIME WE ORDERED 2000 YARDS TO GIVE EVERYONE A CHANCE
the affair courtesy of Helen FesKan 499 3
ter, Mrs. Lealie D. Eckhard and ) accepted for the Society. :gS::; ; With Coupon ::
lowers of Distinction.
Mr$. Robert Berroyer The meeting was adjournedwith Tuesday Yard Goods Special :: Only. ?5

"The new Bowling League will prayer and a covered dli>h Cake and coffee were served Good Thou Wed., 29

start In September Those Interested luncheon followed at the beginning of the evening 2000 YARDS OF THE BEST \ \
and punch later during pegrea.slona
are asked to call Mrs Ray New Shipment! WJIIIIIlIAlllUWXALL
mond (Claudia) Zanetta, at 267- Major Moxley Ends of the games. ASSORTED FABRICS WE

4045.Gregorys. Summer Army Duty matron Mrt. Bertha announced Desmond that,I worthy study Never Been HAVE HAD YET! 'lr"i'l I'.' {I's


Return Musky Army son Reserve of Mrs Maj.W. B.Joe Gann E., July dons will 20, at be 7 held:30 at Monday the Masonic night Picked Over! GOES ON SALE TUES. 9 A.M. :: SIZES

From Okeechobee Temple and urged all member
Be First To
1220 Woodland Ave., SW, Birmingham
and visiting members to attend BOBBY
SOX
Ala, partlcpated In
Air and Mrs. Charles Gieg- Choose Your Dress
returned to Titusville two weeks annual active duty ...
acv have training at Fort Huachuca, Arias /. First Social Meet -LP. 3
Friday after a 2''Mi> year tour of Prints! == Whit. Only

difty\ with the U. S. Army Corps an instructor for an Associated For Jaycee WivesThe 1 Fabrics .p. Reg. 3 pro 99c Cif ;::
Okeechobee. Signal Career Officers 0" Wit 7c
Engineers at :; Coupon a,,
course confucted by the Sunny Jaycee Wives will\ hold r Only ,
Gregory will assume duties as vale, Calif.. Army Reserve their first social meeting Tuesday
Assistant resident engineer for School, which ended July 26. night at First Federal Friendship Good thru Wed., Juts 29

thj Corps on locks construction Major Moxiey. la a 1941 graduate Room.

al.Port; Canaveral. of Woodlawn High School The social, to begin at 8 p.m., 1a'i' / 36 PJIIIIIIIM111tttXIF ,

In Okeechobee Gregory was and received his B. S. E. E. will be hosted by Mrs. Doug 0 + 4

resident engineer on a lock project degree from the University of Ahrciu and Mrl. Thomas Mont S e ,

t in the Kissimmee River near Alabama, in 1951. gomery. fir t
Lake Okechobee Major Moxley is employed by One item of business to be din Values To 73e Yd. WE ARE NOT FILLING YOUR

ilr. and Mrs. Gregory own the National Aeronautics and cussed will bethe Jaycee Club-

their home here at 820 Indian Space Administration at Capo house shower planned in the near >f Help yourtoH to a wonderful *r< PRESCRIPTIONS, YOU ARE LOSING

River Avenue. Mr*. Gregory Kennedy.The future, and all wives are Invit wt ray, of boeuttful materials In-
wgs formerly associated will major and his wife, Josephine cd. For further information call ) dudlsgi MONEY LET US PROVE IT!

Crofton, Brewer and Holland live on Route 1, Titus Mrs Ahrrni at 267-0408 or Mrs. Dacro/Cotton j I
D..rlft/Avrll
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law firm. ville. Tom Montgomery at 2870537CHAMBERS N' M Gulf Coitt Cotton Prints !
Jowol Solid ColorsPrtntod '
....".... 18 a Cotton. k..... 2 Convenienllocalions
*I 4 .... ___ "'. ATD tportiwoor C.......

TWIN TOWERS JEWELERS .. Jot Miracle Cotton flndi Stripe BIG APPLE PLAZA TITUSVILLE
I
HENtAl APARTMtNTS ... .,aaawr :1 'Jowotf. w.* MM fetter MfcC BIG APPLE PLAZA STORE HOURS MAGNOLIA AVENUE L R. C.
.. ... ;rim* rtAZA Monday Saturday 9 to 9 1 I
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I 4.H'ers Converge On Camp McQuarrieF I INDIAN :


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Combine LearningAnd (.if;r" -. : "' '

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Recreation J '


TeenlUP from eight central THE ONLY REXALL DRUG STORE IN

Florida counties-130 strong, '. NO LOCAL AFFILIATIONS .t
combined learning and recreation
1 early this week at 4H Iv Coupon
Camp McQuarrle in the Ocala pi

National Forest near Aitor Park $ DELUXE STIIRMASTER

It was the annual t teenage CHARCOAL > ,
camp for M girls and SO boys

from Orange, Brevard Seminole,
Lake Marlon, Citrus, Sumter and Reeler

11 V1'3 tti Hornamlo Counties The Hera 11,13 $1595 ,
were accompanied by assistant
county and home demonstration c ti (ONLY with Coupon July 27, 2e, 21 )

agents,
The three.day encampment a t t7
war packed full of activities! for
the group but it wasn't all fun

and games. Sandwiched between
organized recreation swimming l STIERMASTIR

and leisure time were three hoursof
vas A classes each day. Instruction CHARCOAL

4 centered around exploring possible RAISING FLAGS Kicking off each day Frances Moore, Melburne John Neal ,
.. careers, keeping records: of ; Eau
projects, and food science of camp is the flag-raising ceremony and Gallie: Edward Bornman, Orlando and j Regular ,

.eradK One of the newest subjects for 4-H pledge Looking on as Linda King Robert Caughie In the back row are Jon M 1395 + '

LL-- ... -. -"' ;t-:==_,,f k+8 campers was food science work. (Mt Dora) and George Leitner (Ocala) Crutchficld Orlando; Harold Stanch (ONLY with Coupon- July 11, 25, 2* i )
raise the -
Linda
Using six basic experiments, 4. flag are Adams Eustis; Ocala; Bruce Caujjhie Cocoa; David Ray r
AT WORK Tending to "K P." is a regular camp activity It'ers got a quick look at the effects Janet Burden Montverde, Carmen Mc. Orlando; Jim B. Malloy Eau Gallie; Billy

I and these industrious teenagers are attempting to of liquids In food preservation Masters Montverde; Pat Ham Cocoa; Goons Sparr; and Tom Carror, Cocoa.
make the area exceptionally clean Becky Davidson and the effects of salt sol

Claudia Lickteig from Titusville are shown. utlons on vegetables and how FI 1 1 i ,t ,
various baking powders effect Charges Placed

food. These and other food ex IROUA WAYCNAROAL

I Stetson Prof Joins BJC Faculty -", perlmenta gave the teenagers a w (
Four
background of what makes good Against

Dr William Kenneth Gumming nutrition.

has resigned as Stetson University Two cookouts were held-one A.gular
director of public relations to In the morning when the boys Brevard FirmsAlleged r 12.95 $595

become chairman of the Communications and girls learned to fry bacon

division and director and eggs on large tin cans, and beverage law violations (ONLY with Coupen-July 17, 21.21 )

of educational television development an evening barbecue by beverage/ dealers In
at Brevard Junior College
20 Nature hikes, for the mOl'ehardy. Lake, Seminole, Brevard and 'e'T f'
Cocoa. beginning Aug.
Cumming has been Stetson were held at 5 a.m. The Orange Counties, have prompted ..
public relations director for the youngsters provided their own action by the State Beverage Department 3iI 1," n /*.l coupon ,

last four years and was previously entertainment in the form of .
general manager for three skits, square dancing and soc FOLDING

years of WJCT, channel 7, the ial dancing and TV, State Beverage Director Rich. a' 9
educational TV station In Jacksonville Lessons In citizenship morning ard B. Keating has ordered the BAR-B-Q
flag.raising ceremonies and evening following Drevard licensees to 1. w

He received his Ph.D. in com vespers rounded out the show cause why their' license : Regular $ 95
munications from the Universityof bury program that closed Thursday should not bo revoked or suspended i 3,15ONLY

Iowa, his M.S. in Journalismfrom noon : kfiH
Northwestern University, As with all 411 camps, the Alex Place 208 Line Street, ( with Coupon July 21, 21, IV )

and a B.A. in education from the campers themselves were re Mfl'jounio transferring/ part : Jn ,, t ? ,
Il t
University of Maryland. He has Dr. William Kenneth CummlngI aponslble for keeping the cabin of the business without author, .v
taken additional studies it Johns and grounds clean serving the nation. .. '

Hopkins University and the Uni Fund for Advancement In Lducational food, and pulling "K.P." duty NICE CATCH
'
Fishing highlights the week for I
Gulf Stream Restaurant; One! many j
of Miami Teenage camps involving( several
versify project In which all 4-U'er at Camp McQuarrie Proudly surveying a II". 1).t
counties Cocoa Avenue Cocoa Beach
of
are part the -
regular '
-"t has beeneditor !
Stetson, Cumming pound bass is Richard Jones I
.
of The Stetson Letter; the Stephens first year students took camping schedule for 4.It employing! a minor, and Melbourne- ANY ITEM ON :.
credit transmitted vial boys and girls between the to maintain adequate fhllUft'1 I .; ; 5
university quarterly magazine, courses ages( \OTKK' nf I 1'1 III' IIKtIIIMt eb MIIIMH, MllHlKT
and president of the Credit Union closed circuit TV to 53 classrooms of 10 and 18 Over 6.ooo Florida Harbor Lights Bar, South Barons I.Pur II..b>u.nl' tit sits 'irovlnlnnr/ .f Hmtlnn .1712. HnrliU klululn' Sells, no..I.* OUR SALES TABLE
) 'Ives that a lope h..ln bull "he b..1oI by Ih. ...
Co"nl' "
boys and girls attend for .d
Drive Merritt Hand
In Jacksonville he placed the educational oneweek of ublli OKII-II,(Inn of "Hn-virl f'o"oly. Hoi.I at.. on Amu.l. 4. IIHII' it the ,', ,
TV station on the 'air each summer at one of the possession of a beverage not per hour or 1:150: AM. In lite I'ouuly iliunl. mwtlnt room .lixiixl n.iin..lm.l..l>>
Educational in* mile north of the Intereellon of VALUES 3t" 12,00
"This Is Televise five 411 Him Kind Mi (nil I' M I, TII".vlI I., -
as Florida second noncommcr camps operated by the milled by the license, and failure riorli far Ih* uurpora of illMuuiIni: with ih. lil I.*i of the counlv the
ion a book authored by Cum Florida Agricultural Extension In maintain Invoices. propn.d aehuul budM1 of old ('eunly for lb. fleul, yr be5ln5lna July I I, (Only with Coupon July 27, 21, 21))
station (there now six) adequate l ,
vial are ming, has been used widely as t 11184. unl en tins Jun Do. lea, whlih htirti. l> ummiirlwMl s. illmni
has been consultant on college Service Cina Italian I Jludioi lor Huppirl end Mulnmniiiii of haulm
He
a 329
text and sourcebook At Midi. Village, A, ll>,lrn on hind. brilnnlni.: of reset
and industry communl Other 4H camps are Clover- West Merrill Island! Causeway I. "'.1. Yuud", p51.70 III
State where he
Ian University,
a. ,
county Yuma
,
since 1949 leaf at Lake Placid Tlmpoochec 2I.t,4112.IIIITnl.
cations problems Merritt Island, failure to submit
taught for five years, he was TV
'
Dr Cumming was chairman of Producer! .Coordinator! for the university's near Nicevllle, Cherry Lake near dale tax, employing a minor; n. An11Ipaled' .I neelpl.I. .' 1111.tII481: aNP + / 'p"
the Television.Radio departmental Madison, and Doe Lake In (he and placing an unauthorized I. .01..1 ,..nd. 1,11I..0',
Stephens College Columbia, educational TV station!' Ocala National Forest. In charge person 8 a., ca5./r anal., rand root. 1",1,31111'01" I' i HEAVY DUTY -50 CT. % I- IN.
.
.Anws.4'Tall >>
and director of the annual MidiJgan ;
Mo., from 1955 to 1957. He was
TV development director for Press Photography Confer I : ..to ao1,91 s nu w GARDEN HOSE
also Social Security I. B. M. C. Frowned. : sp.ntltuna ml. r",' ,.., li l
Computes t Ilntr.ellan.l.ulr/n, / 11.1'11,131'0'' i'
THE PET SHOP Man Here a. Tr.n.|"orlull'in any' VI',01'
MR. BUILDER Are You TuesdayA Conviction RateThe a 1 dpiul: outlay a/INalw Regular $95
4: Debt rvlr* :
"Ev.ryrtilr; For Your P.t" PLEASED with the QUALITY representative of the Social 5.. nferr *>|)..... ...Ia stases,"""' .es es, 1,41ONLY
of your TERRAZZO FLOORS Brevard County Sheriff S llrwrvriTot. 8IV.4r1., : ,
Fancy Collar Loath Toys n'tit nut
Budge, fish, Puppies Supplies OWENS TERRAZZO, INC. a Bench will be In Titusville in the Court of Record, IL A, "r,.I.,.far...Dl.lrlit Inltrnt' end I Kinking I Fund
t7' N. Orango, Orlando, GA 31743BOND N.w 11m,..Cull". U Cnllrrt..ih OA a.Mil tomorrow from Sam. to 2:30 p period January 1, 1903 to June II... Anll**rl lJSilbluul eon:a711u, ,Nn, ,qsi lit ,x Nl? ill Yi, n.
.
.HOWELL m to discuss with local people 30, J 9114, has been established C Prii I, hnnus\ : :: sPmdllure.' /,411fOO''
any fcoclal security problems, on IBM computers. a. 'Inl.rsl' 0X4514: u,
LUMBER CO. FOR EVERY HOUSE The representative will be in n, Antl'lplil I. ulh.e Inline* it end I of pearl 7l 5.0.110 4,.TUT.INI13719IS4T) Coupon
FURNISHING NEEDMATHER'S the Chamber of Of the 3,009 cases brought 10 'II'i"l '.i for llonil l'an.Ieuttun Kuniln, I REIIALLLIGHTER
Commerce r
North Florida's Largest Doalor"Thoro's A, ll.lnno., on hunt" bi-slnnlni if ym
building/ before the Court of Record by H. Anllulp.i''d rwnlpliC :
A Material Difference I. I'uhlle Lew 513 r
ef NEW SMYRNA the Sheriffs Department during 1a7laaa FLUID
,
Your best friends In Building 2. anal. hnal' C..n'l.uullon run.1 1.till.MM"al
the period 87 e. t.l" ob.al, .
Call Collect 421.4131New per cent resulted prnprrty mwuiMmI
Beach-428.3481 once PriBfMxln ... ,
New Smyrna Smyrn Roach pe'lllur ,Tuns.:>> a0
in convictions 28 per cent were Ainlilpnl 1 hslnna..l, MI of r..v 471),,'mw. m.
Gumming held editorial nand! nolle promied by th *Counly Solicitor Jy, MisIsse.. I. b*.t.vhd l l on Ih* ""4 ......m.1. roll la urmluir .>. she i ir n.., to Regular ,
Mrv esv.nu.s for Ihov buda.l..r Ih iMulntf' fltal' "IP .r.t. 21c 11
Learn Hairstyling Nowf advertising positions on four nat, /and 5 per cent resulted In A. County 5nptmrlnd. Mnlnifnunif Ku.,l 511,1511.
/II. l"l. .
ln.t current runrf .
WOODY'S tonal I magazines and at one lime oquill.I,1) titvr: by tluI"ending C. IJbdrlInlrrnt Ulnklni Fund .114I
Osborne- Poppell (ONLY with Coupon July 27, 28 2f )
was a quality control supervisorat judge or a j jury I. IJimrlnl.. I" ..t, -
.
Hairstyling Institute I 111111.1 1 No a
Furniture Co. Inc. the Martin Co. He is listed In S. I"....rl. No 104 .M.I"
2504 McRfl St. ,
I Whoa Who In American 4. !>'.Ukl Nn. 4 At .N/,
Education ..
Orlando, 424-8S73 Nationals Lose I"loftl1 I 1 ,511
O INTERIOR DECORATING Who's Who in Public Relations 0. Ituulut. No "'WT .fIIl
DRAPERIES CARPETSWALLTOWALL ll.,"Irl Noa I .
and In the annual Broadcasting Another 4n Coupon
Close One 111.l rli t N i IUrompl.l. \r
NEW SMYRNA BUILDERS CARPET. Yearbooks I (11111 Of '."" ,l. of .umm.
and TV DlgMt WP pirt the n hiiol' kul Is i-l rlMilMiliibln '
(NO
INSTALLATION .
above" un Oils sod. ,
SUPPLY CO. S HOME OF FINEFURNITURE Yearbooks He has held three Titusvillc Nationals dropped Is.. ('uunly ..,,.,.,In'In'' seas' 0/ 5, hoI far.1101 publi will' .1.InnpiHilin h. Inll.ln Hi the 11fnu.I.I .,u,4 nf ; SIA SIREN l
Lumber & Building Materials their Puhllu' h.arl I a lu.elher' wills .11 upporllna .555.menls at Infnrmoltus,
fellowships from the National, third straight game last : .. :
,.
III ( off :
oprrlnUo mil I Ii 1 licilrd .ppn| | lniiil ly on. mil north of III SWIM
"Everything for the Builder"Dixie I DREXEL andJENNSYLVANIA AMD of Educational Broadcast night: to Martin UAW In Orlando( Inlrruillnn, of stab lI..d fl and. IF'. N. I, THuirHIo. ..111.10.... CAPS
Freeway at Canal St. / I All :Interest porno no ., iirdl.I lly Invll.d (o prllulpon In Ibis nubllo'
era and two University of Iowa 40. n* rlnt ind: la .dlwuM Ib. Mhonl,: proer.m: in,I buds', fur this oouniy for:
New Smyrna Beech I ..
721 ,.Im.". 421.1021 fellowships Oh .uln* yr. $ 98bi )
Call Collect 42B-M21 New Smyrna Boach The Nationals, sponsored by 1 HOARD or I'C'III.'If IVaTHlCTtOK Mlulae
411
11.1 l I I
He and his wile, Frances tutu First National Bank of Tltusville, ;: Woodrow ounly I.rlridsHy l'.,"oh I'
I I one daughter, Mn. were unable to place a..'I"I"n..1. / 1
Tradewind Cummmg men on .I Duly 27 Mont I: 14tl. I (ONLY with Coupon July 27, 21 21 Limit ) (
:earned her BFA degree at WaShington base as they were held to only
POOLS DODGECARS University, St. Louis She three hits, a double and single L

.. Florida, Inc. AND TRUCKS 'war layout ad fashion artist for by Bobby Evans and a double by
Peels of Everlasting Quality: Furchgotta, Jacksonville from Bill. Jackson. CHAMP WARING
5505 E. Colonial Dr. DODGE DART [
I95MO
and
Orlando 275.1112 prior to that taught Jim Lukewster started for the : a Fa n 1 / 1 "ixnl '
Complete, Part Department J f Fashion illustration at Stephini !National' but was relieved! by I
Trained Mechanics I College:: for seven years. Butch I'
Crammer In the eighth/ FUEL OIL CO. SEA SIREN

S0N0T0NSonotone La RIVER INDIAN MOTORS ------- SWIM CAPS

i I
208 N. Orange I We would Ilk. to to .IIke this time to thank our

S. Long of Dltt.OrlandoMurray M,'. New TEL.Smyrna 42.440 Beacb KINDERGARTEN ii!i Many Customers for the Response to Our Regular 4,1tONLY $298

50\ N. Magnolia. Orlando. 422-2U1 i
FREE SAFETY INSPECTIONAnd ( whh CeuoonJul:21, 21 f LImU

CHARLES SLADE III THE FLORIDA SHAVERSERVICE REGISTRATIONCENTRAL

RARE COINS CUmlng Offtr If YOU Haven't Plae.d Your
All Makes Electric Mover Service
w. Buy and Pay More Factory Trained Personnel Order Yet Now Is Th. Tim. To Do It. '

Large Stock of Coins Around Parts in cll-Sem. Day Service. BAPTIST CHURCH SEA SIREN
Ml N. Or.ngrl.nd.ftS4tot) 14 Yeert Experience We Ar. Now Taking Orders for Cleaning After
MS N. .".-OH.rWei 32505M
GA I. R. C. : August ISth. Don'i Walt Any Longer. Phone SWIM CAPS

na hne TODAY! .

Of ORtAMOO : I i : I Rtfularin $| 98

1 r CENTRAL FLORIDA'S MOST Aug.. 17-18-19 Phone AM 0382 I
COMPLETE MATERNITY SHOPS 26M470
.been at. a 9-12 A. M. AM 7.3848 (ONLY with Ceupon July 27, 21. 21 Limit )
14* XOHTH OBAIK.B AtSL or I

12V N, HUVt Ort ./* 6* HIM ...*OBAXbSI- aineN AIL- I .. Donald Catwell. SerrUe Mgu 1






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Page 4 Tlfwivlll. ((Panda. Star-MvecaM Monday, July V, 1M4

Letters To The Editor
.: a .
EditorialsSound

Midi PromiMi Each large community should '

Dear Editor: have scrveral, so that (Ideally)

I have reason to believe there every resident is within easy

L' have been certain irregularitiesin walking distance
LeadershipThe ; the Army recruitment program Despite problems of finding

In the local area money for schools, sewers, and
extremely healthy condition: of the banking institutions / '
streets, planning boards woulddo
: : : the Army SgU
: \ At our request,
in Brevard County, as reflected: in figures pub- was asked to talk with our ton well to consider advantagesof

lished in Wednesday Star-Advocate, serve as a tremen- : rj} ,; and explain what the Army had the public place. And that

dous asset to the entire area. < :.. This was accomplished powerful man, the developer
j. ... i' to offer young men.
tr t could raise the value of his in.
''. immediately
and our son
finandaf'1nstft emissaries of
Sound are goodwill ,:, interested with the vestment and do wonders for the
:- became
:
well good.bustaess barometers which
as as t prospects that were presented. countryside: if he, too, would

= appeal to industry and business. Necessary tests were taken and give the idea a little serious
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.: The almost phenomenal 28.3 per cent .gain: in total def :: :, passed and the Sgt. visited our thought.

I posits for the period ending June 30, enjoyed by the W home for the signing of papers Sophia Scott,
411L
He explained to us, as he did our
"* Brevard County banks, accompanied by the opening of sun, that the boy would be bent About fluoridation

new one during the year, points up the enviable eco- suited for mechanics trainingand Editor:

four : picture reflected here., 1 he could obtain the balanceof Fluoridation appears to be the

I From all indications; this economic: boom should his high school credits topic of discussion in many circles .

continue indefinitely. We are fortunate indeed in our In the meantime, a close friend today, and for good .leasontoo
of John Hampton, decided It Is a healthy situation when
I proximity to the Cape K ri.nedy-t.i.I.L.A. Area, where the r our son
he would enlist alto, The people take an active Interest in

'space effort is concentrated and in which Brevard Countyis ia r NI E same deAl was promised him so affairs of government be It

honored to play such an important role. M the boys went to Jacksonville together city, state or federal government

The continued prosperity of the area will depend to j / 71A1 When they arrived told thatno in On.the surface the fluoridation
? Jacksonville they were
a large extent on sound financial leadership, planningand 'll issue appears like nothing more
mechanics school was available -
i
backing. Our banking institutions, which are so ably 1 t ai CBI than a matter of $10,000 and a
but they could pick some
r tg
providing these necessary 'services, have proven their wa I Li'r.. w. other field or go home Not wishing contract with a company not
named, for installation of the
ability to continue that role along with a desire to grow to return home to given up fluoridation equipment In the

and with the area. part time Jobs and sold automobiles -
prosper water system. Now this leaves a
they picked Infantry Europe lot of unanswered questions such
Strong financial institutions and strong communitiesgo .
as:
hand in hand .. ... together they are surging ever for- -. ..:- ;''':: : .. I have taken strong exceptionto 1. It costs $10,000 to get it

ward here in Brevard. May their tribe increase! ft'f4"r. -:,,. ,'(':;L''iJ.! : .. /j .,. this method of providing started, How much will It cost

': ,. : -;.... y' :!;:t..t .. ...,. members for the service. The& per year for upkeep, supplies,
q,\c; ,- recruiting Sgts are playing with testing etc.?
'
Riverside ExtensionThe ;;', '_- :: ( -..:. :;; J':1': the future lives of young men. 2. What does City Council wantto

; : .. : I Glorified promises turn out to rush passage of such a controversial

;\ ....,.- #.f,1 '''' \i.f.: ; : be John Doe, U S. Army, Infantry Issue?
extension of Riverside Drive north to the .., ;;.A _' r;: .-:;;... 0<: j.... and a dissatisfied soldier 3. Who Is the company ear

Causeway from Broad Street, over the new bulkhead, ,,; ... ", : '. .., ;. : ,. ,;; } I do not want my son out of the marked for the contract and what
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service does he want to
when completed, will greatly relieve traffic congestionat 'J .,,, ,;.> .., A '+if1/ll'r'' ; '.< t. ,' ",...{ nor get ,'s background and .
"", t. ,.,, ... out, but the Army owes him the reputation
the stop light on Washington at Garden Street Cause- '' > and who

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If there are other parents In
IMPERIAL TOWERS In inset, Jack Mintzer surveys of this complex. Scheduled for completion in September pany?
With the opening of this extension, possibly in Sep the rapid completion of Imperial Towers The artist's apartments will be shown next week. the area who have experiencedthis 4. Would fluoridation also be
type of action, they are requested -
tember, traffic using the light at Washington and Gar- conception of the completed Towers shows the magnitude to contact this writer added to the water in Indian

den will be greatly reduced, thus expediting the early with details River City, which gets Iff muddy .

tion.morning and late afternoon traffic: load at this intersec- Jack Mintzer: "Man Of Certain Destiny" Overton B. Pcttit. Utilities, wormy water from First Fla

5. Is fluoridation as the city
Pit For the "Village Green" would administer It completely
This re-routing will not only open another access to Col. Henry T Titus generally Venetian Arms and Yacht Club almost a complete community In area of South Titusville was Dear Editor: safe medically?

for the convenience of motorists it will itself Containing six stories and more to his liking and had the
the Causeway known as the "builder" of Titus- Among other developments'built Where is the village green, 6. How do we know we need

prove of value to the downtown section of Titusville by ville was the subject of a chap and owned or partially 168 apartments, one and two best possibilities for an apartment town square, and plaza which fluoridation?

making it more readily accessible to motorists journeying ter In the book "Florlda'i Gold. owned by Irving Industries were bedrooms, Imperial Towers will complex yesterday graced our communities An amount of fluorine already

) to and from the Causeway.This en Sands", by Alfred J. and Prince Michael Hotel, Beau also has a shopping arcade of a "I have a tremendous amountof serving as places for gathering exists in the teeth It also existsin
Kathryn Hanna. The chapter Rlvage Motel, Belle Plaza Apartment barber and beauty shop, sundry optimism in tins area" Jack and gossip? the bones and in the blood.

will necessitate establishing a left turn lane for was titled "A Man of Uncertain all of Miami Beach and store, gcrmet shop restaurantand told us. "I can visualize the motel Down the drain of techniolog- Fluorine is also found in seawater
others Recently Mintzer and coffee shop, cocktail lounge strip along South Washington along with chlorine and
west bound traffic on the causeway desiring to enter Destiny teal progress they have disappeared -
Irving Industries joined Jack and a huge community meeting Ave. here comparable to that of Iodine. (Blood Is very similar to
wiped out by automobiles
Riverside Drive and possibly yield lane for traffic '
We have persons in ,North Friedland of Food Fair fame and room which can be opened out Cocoa: Beach or even Miami sea water in chemical content
parking akyscaper,
entering the from Riverside. Neither of these Drevaid whose destinies Beach ut future date he space Water
Causeway today others In a joint venture in an Into the lounge, some housing development a memory supplies in some parts of

changes should pose as much of a problem.We are surely more certain than was "international affair" in con Also contained within the confines added fur the most part, in today's this country have been found to
contain fluorine
In
Col Titus' and
and the Dan of this will some Instances
structlng operating complex be a The developer said the America.
commend Council's action in the
heartily City approving water contains more
Ono of the monuments testifying city .dmnlstratlun, had been
this project and view it as timely in light of Walter Cropius, professor fluorine than the advocates say
to our economic progress very cooperative and "I apprecl emirltus of architecture at Harvard is necessary for the preventionof
the increased construction underway on north Merritt late This is
that all for
today 1s the slx-stoiy Imperial good believes! we are missing a the tooth enamel Due to our
Island and an ever-increasing traffic load using the Towers apartment complex on T- the development of Titusville good bet proximity to the ocean, an unbiased -

Titusville Causeway. south Washington Ave. on. the ( ) and tie! way it should be. Titus- "We have surrendered our analysis of our water may
villc must continue to make the
banks of the Indian Riven As J streets and public spaces almost well show that we have more
.
the Titus House once stood as V /) atmosphere comfortable for devclnpcri tntiiely to the automible" he than one part/million of fluorine

Rampage Continues mute evidence of Col Titus' pioneer \. ,; } such as myself and writes in his book 'Scopes of already In the water.

faith In this area, so Is the even i Improve its farsightedness Total Architecjure", "The Another interesting aspect .is

Imperial Towers mute evidenceof to encourage further development pedestrian forced to withdrawto that large aluminum companies

Brevard County's tragic traffic deaths continued to Jack Mintzer's faith in the ." a narrow sidewalk has lost such as Reynolds, Alcoa and

,climb last week and now stand only three below 1963's continued prosperity of North by Bin Itftrly Giving credit for part of his high his right of way It Is Important Kaiser seem to be faced with the

,all-time record pace. Drevaid County feeing for the area to Paul Conway that we should re-establish in disposal problem of their waste
I and Ray Winstead of Bryan product deadly poisonous sodium

With the recording of fatalities number 27 and 23 on Jdck Mlntzir, president of Im Hold In Tel Aviv, Israel l, a $3 9.hole putting green. swimming Conway and Winstead Realtors our where communities people, undisturbed, public centers by fluoride This sodium fluoride
pedal Towers, Inc. of Titusville, be used to fluoridate
"who showed to me so much can
Thursday another record looms million project.Jack pool shuffle! board courts, (fishIng
year heavily over our vice, traffic can rub elbows in a neutral -
Indus foundIn
.picsidcnt of Irving enthusiasm and optimism thatI water, however It is never
pier, boat docks and a child-
his dominatedby
through construction atmosphere not
highways. tries, Inc of Miami Beach, andptealdent just couldn t help but pick natural water as Is calcium
ion s play area And later, when up
company: built the many build. the Influence of private fluoride
of Bruce Construction fluoride Sodium presents
requires continuous conceited effort of Homestead Air Force the bulkhead problem Is solved, some of that optimism from the
Highway safety a Co, Is tills "man of certain des Ings them" he related home There the spirit of a handling problem because!
on the part of all motorists and merits the special tiny" Base a $3 million project and a yacht club will be added Jack plans to community can find public expression it corrodes many metals Gold
the WAC training center at Ft. Through Irving Industries, open the Imperial ."
attention of the entire citizenry in an all-out endeavorto Towers and platinum are least affected
'sometime
In
Jack has lived In Miami Beach McClcllan, Ala. Jack is investing $3 million into Sep- .
curb: recklessness and speed and make our highwaysand since ho was five years old was this enterprise, and has further tcmoer," but said he will have This makes good sense The by It. Some well meaning be aluminum
Presently. Jack, with Irving one each of his one and bed average, growing town builds company might swaying
two
streets as safe as is humanly possible. educated In Miami Beach plans for the area. He indicated
Industries, Is involved in the development loom apaitments ready for showing along Its stieets Each house our reasoning
schonN if all through
the of Florida goes as
University Is believed be
fluorine to
Speed i la the number one menace and killer on our of College Lake Es In about a week centers on the street; automobiles Since
and the University of Miami, planned, he would have over $3 cumulative in the body, how willit
and must somehow be controlled. Our totes In Daytona Beach one of With /i/ smile as big mile dominate the design. The
highways Highway lIe is a graduate of the U of M. million Invested in North. Bre- as a affect people In their later
the largest and finest Negro Jack is truly "a man of certain houses hove backyards, neatly
Patrol and other law enforcement officers cannot law school and a member of the vard and Titusville. ? Will it make them more
housing developments In the destiny" and others "seeing his taken care of, but crammed with years
this killer alone and Florida Bar Association, but docs diseases?
with constantly appeal to the susceptible to certain
cope Jack Minurr is not trash shrubs
Smith He spends( most of his foolishly goodvoik. ., will come to see garages cans
motoring public to use discretion in their driving, taking not practice rather he pursues wick in Titusville and Daytona investing his time and capital '1 HUBV ill J as a booming market porch chair, and are fenced in, Will it aggravate kidney troubleor
the business of build< Florida will It affect people with diabetes -
into consideration road and weather conditions.Full ng Beach He has great faith in this HIM fir investments such as his and for the moat part from the

living Industries has done extensive < ISo as evidenced by his cndeavois th-y in turn will help shape the neighbors They are anythingbut ?
participation in a driver self-education Tomorrow night the five men of
program Its evident to Jack Is
development In Miami It'e. lie came here originally to look dill my pf North Brevard public meeting places.
is sorely needed of all motorists. with proper emphasis Beach The company built and not Just recently In the building at acreage north of Titusville Jack Mintzer has lived up to Schools, Churches and social the Titusville city council) expect of

placed on "live and let live" while behind the wheel. opi'rated the Wavcrly Arms .business and building huge with the possibility of building a his piomiscs he has done clubs are our meeting places today to water pass supply on the We fluoridation hope that theca our

Nothing short of this will keep some of us from becoming Apartments" and Yacht Club on apartment t complexes Is not a Congress Inn, but after extensive what he said he was going to formal meeting places five men use wise judgment in

highway statistics and others from being maimedfor the "Strip" in 1948, This was an just acquired Interest. investigation, during which, do and he promises more We need pleasant quiet, open their decision for it will affect

life as another record: year is written in blood on almost unheard of type of development I. What Jack has done and is In fjctms of the proximity of the tnd he shall do more spaces shaded by trees, suitable every man, woman and child
: in that area at that time the process of completing, Is MILA and the NASA
our highways. and was nearly 10 years ahead building the largest apartment considered, he decided the the last of Jack Mintzer ting, or just sitting in the sun. PaulR. Wiley

i>f Its time But It proved very building, ever constructed In

successful and was sold several North Brevard County He's not

. Letters From Our ReadersEditor years /1130; now known as the just building an apartment, but

NO YEAR'S WAIT
: glen, nor do her excerpt quull-
Titusville (Florida) Star-Advocato
Congratulation to you and fy her as a toxtologist nor as a

your staff on the stability of your competent authoiity In the subject \ I
stomachs, while printing some O! Established 18HO FOR
of fluoridation "
of the recent drivel against Qu

fl'torirlation Anyone with one The very Interesting part of 1 Published Mondays

iota of intelligence tan see that the fluoridation controversy Is saweia ACIIYI res \Vtdnpsclays, and Fridays y THIS HIGHER RATE'
the "words of wisdom"from N
many
that those In favor of fluoridation y By Titusville .
disgruntled building Inspectors 16 G star Advocate, Inc. s
are our own Public Health Of fit I- (+
myoptlc librarians / At The .
firtreeQN Star Advocate Building
ala local dentists and physicians, '
misinformed housewives and / Savings left by the 10th of any month earn from the
health fnod fadisU are Innuendo Florida State Board of health. 83 Main Street, Titusville, Fla lit. Savings insured up to $10,000 ($30,000 for a husband

.trutl United State Department of O/ and wife) by FSUC, a
II and half ;t permanent agency of the U. S. {
Publli. Health: American Dental MEMBER: Florida Press Association; National Editorial A.socl.tlon-. /\ 7 ) Government
The letter from Mis. Custerelarly --- Z "
indicates that Innuendoes Association, American Medical Henry II Hudson, Pres Mrs: Hanoi S. Hudson, \ Ice.fret
: Amiocliitiiin and many others Robert H Hudson .Sety,.Treat.
and half-truths are dangerous. Samples of those opposed to fluoridation Henry H Hudson Publisher Robert II. Hudson, Editor First:

out All ,of her context examples are excerpU were given previously -David-- .Dunn-. Advertising- Mgr -' William G. Lyerly Circulation Mgr Current Dividend re e rat Sao ng$ f

To whom should be turned furanawe..ed .Spcund-:Clas; Postage Paid at Titusville,Florida Kate 1

Using the same tactics I could to medical problems? Subscription Rates: CompoundedSemi and_ L. ta. AMoclallo. el TllvivllU -
stories .
show her more alleged sex The answer U all too obvious Carrier Home Delivery 1 Yr. $7 So t Vo $480.3 Mo. $2 25 Annually
in the Holy Bible than in By Mail in Florida I Yr. $fi 50 < Mo $3.SO 3 Mo. $2 00 Downtown Office Branch Office
"Playboy", This doesn't qualify George Woerner Outside Florida I Yr. $?50 6 Mo $100.3 Mo. $2.50 > Open to 3 Dally. Also 4 to 7 Friday Washington at Mala 145 N. Coquina 1
me M a sexologist or a theolo 360 Dicken Ave.



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Mlmd.y, July 27, 1H4 Tltuevrile (PlerM) Star-AeVeeef fate I Mr. Murphy met them. Murphy'i( the ken of Mr*. Mary Beggt,
trip to Indonesia took him 21 343 W, Coquina Avenue, for a T
hours. The family by ship took sewing workshop to fabricate
30 days. articles for Sunland Training i

Murphy arrived at Indonesiaon Center.
a Friday and commencedwork At 10:30 members of the Executhe .
I the following Monday. Tho Board of this Club will
i, major Job then was to prepare take time off from the Workshop
for the arrival of the "Glenn Cap for a short business meeting
sulo". An Air Force Glubemastei S Several matters will be on the
brought this actual space capsule! agenda and among others are
to Indonesia and it was exhibited plans for the Annual Picnic, when i
1 Home Demonstration Clubs invite
in Djarkarta for three days. s
and I their families to
411 girls
I I From there it was flown to Au I
I tialia. attend. Participation plans of the C j Coupon Tuesday &Wednesday Special
Civic Association of this city for
II e4i
I One of Murphy'i last major using organicatons to assist fl /
jobs was preparing for a replica nanclally In the upkeep of the COUPON ''ffiEggmsgaIE a,
! 4 of the Glenn Capsule, full scale,,, Fall p !
civic center, and plans for a
i ri which was exhibited In three indoncsia tailoring source will also be ills LUSTRE CREME \ ,
i cities Bandung, JojaknrU cussed. ,
I and Suurabaya. being r

shown to more than 150,000 Week-end Leave SHAMPOO c .
pLoplc.Murphy'i. Reg 100
Job overseas was a. Jack Harper whose family 10-Oi. She Jar
lives at 4JO Key Biscayne Drive,
Cultural Affairs Of-
Assistant was home from the U. N. Naval lln'l1 with MUM tttrmk w 4. TMGLEEM
flier in charge of country wide
Base at Guantanamo, Cuba over
exhibits. At all times his job the week.end. Although Jack Is a
embraced showing the people at First Class Petty Officer In the "
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that the Ames can -
that
country U.S. Navy, he has been receiving I
Foreign policy and the IndonesJ t.; -. -..- -- (raining In Marine Combat. While Y8SReg.
an foreign policy were compatible -- Mircollus P. Murphy wearing the green uniform of the 'I

...----... .-.. .. -- lie had at all times to explain \( Combat Marines Jack Is rated asa 83e Family
American culture to tha\ villa Tie says that as the years Platoon Sergeant in charge of : C
GIVEN HOUSEWARMING Mr. and neighbors:( Friday night. Excitedly admire people and his job basically waf roll by, he and bin family want a 47 men. I Sill Tub. of 5 3 9I

Mrs. Hubert Smith and family, new res Il I- ing the many lovely gifts for their homeare Information and Education gIlls place'l to go to when all foreign Popular CUcm. i

'l dents at 1285 Milton Street, were given a Hubert and Joan and (left to right) children went t U the Inj,\ duly has been served and su Celebrates Birthday Limit' I with _** .......h We*. T/2t
surprise house warming by friends and Karan, Kathy, Mary Ellen and Sarah. tcrnational School In DJukattg, they hose Bicvard County. Dawn Harper, daughter of Mr. I
| which Is the capital of Indonesia1 Where he will bo sent to on his
Indian River South Titusville Happenings lie say that the standard of ed*' next assignmtnt/ he docs( not and Mrs. Jim Harper celebratedher COUPON
, ucation there Is fair company j know. third birthday last Sunday at

with that of America, but ilsd the home of her aunt and uncle a I I

, Given says that many other aspect i*. H. D. Executive Board Mooting Mr and Mrs. Rick Barrett, 313 Silver POLISHQUICKDIP
New Residents Housewarming foreign life make up for anjf, Dclespine Avenue Dawn's father, i\
shortcomings( in the standard of Members of the IRC Home Jim, Is In the U. S. Navy station '
Demonstration Club will meet Carrier, I I Ileg.
education. ed aboard the Aircraft 69. Can 34Ca
Hubert and Juan Smith, with In Hospital the Murphys fell In love with At the present time he Is on next Tuesday at 9:30:: a.m. at too I.R.C. NIWS On Page Big 7 all Site' I '
Florida! and with Brevard County Ij J
their children Karan, Kathy, Debbie Surrcncy 3.year.olddaughter 10 weeks' leave and will report 'I
Mary Ellen and Sarah have Just of Mr. and Mrs. Den. They had three months leave to the U S. Information Service Limit | wit Mil*** thff utjh Wt4. T/n *$

arrived to live in our city and nis L. Surrency of 325 Byron then and spent all of it in Flori in Washington, D. C. upon termination ARCO DODGE INC. I
have bought a home at 1285 Mil Avenue, underwent corrective da.On of leave. f fI' I
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last week. Memorial Hospital in Miami. He! and his wife and family YOUR NEW DODGE DEALER I I'I
to
went to St. Louis to sec his relatives
Last Friday evening, without Word received last Friday night were so impressed with their I
warning, friends and neighbors was to the effect that the little then took a plane from St. first visit here four years ago Service Headquarter For AU 'I Head&Shoulderse i
off
Louis to Indonesia, stopping
began arriving at the new nome, lady stood the operation well.L. and that they decided to come back Chrysler Product.
in Honolulu. Mrs. Murphy SHAMPOO
.
bearing gifts for the new residents .
the children drove to New York to Florida for more Now Murphy Air Conditioning and Transmission Sp.elaUIII! 42C
formerly of Mims. L. Auxiliary MooringMrs. Rog. 69c Tube ,
and took the Steamship Constitution tells us that he and his wife On Duty Now.
When all the friends had arrived i
Ricker, President of Dandruff
Shirley to Italy, where they boarded have just bought their retirement Shampoo ,
for this housewarming, the of the IRC Little League Auxiliary an Italian ship the "Australia"and home In the Gardendale Estates Cor. Hopkins tt HarrUon 267-4931 Limit I .llh Nunn tftlwnh W.I.a.. ,
Rev. Roy Forward, pastor of the
reminds the ladies again
sailed to Indonesia where just northwest of Tiliu-
Alliance
Christian Missionary that the regular monthly meetingof
Church, to which the Smith family this organization will be held a a ypTjOfSMJUfJ COUPON jDfflnB
belong, performed a ceremony tonight at the River Lanes 131
dedicating this new home at f
Bowling Alley meeting room Oven Cleaner
and offered prayer for their well- 8:00: p.m.
being and happiness. lie broke
.r I, bread and tills was distributed to Foreign Service I Reg. 98e Jar .f! '

hose Marcitlus P. Murphy, wife, Popular EaIY. 39C'I' '

J Dorothy, and children, Rhctt, 14, Off Oren Iea".r

Refreshments of donuts, lied,, and Loyola, 10, have Just come no messy defrosting I Limit I .lIh .....ft "5p.,.h Wd. rn!!
tea, coffee and cakes were ..en'e back to Indian River City after k I l,
ed to the following: J, B. and in I IlASATMI.
than two
spending! more yean
Marge"-Smith, Mrs. Pat Taylor
Indonesia. courok..__
Mrs. Marie Gilliam, Clarence,
Murphy works for the United
Mickey, Amos and Stephen Gregory .
States Information Service, com
Mrs June Hayes, Mr. and r RAID ANTOOMOACN
monly known as the "U S. I.
Mrs Franz Ashbaugh and Doug.
Sanitation for the last six
years
las, Mri. Annette Stewart end Reg. -
A". He has worked for this or-
Edie, Mrs, Mary Bennett and the :
Rev. Roy and Mrs. Forward. In February 1962, Murphy and Bomb 3 gc
family came here after spending I rrt by Johnion'isn I"i'I
,
four years with the U. S. I. A. in .
Visit D.Land w .:. Limit l Nue.e ssPaWN W.d. 1/a.
Mr and Mrs. Carl IIdlpcmtcllof Tin key, The Murphys and the I ft,_. .: __
staunch
I ward Ficcmans are
/
880 Cleveland Road, and Mr.
and Mrs Elmer Karbcrg of 335 friends of more than 15 years. grCTinnnna COUPONSILICONE _
Rosehall Avenue ventured to( Both families formerly lived InEt. (
DeLand last Saturday evening to Louis and the Freemans H
attend a performance of the came to this city, while the Mur I POLISH a

Musical "LI'l Abner", held at the phys went to Turkey. $ 1.19 Silt
Stetson University's Florida Retaining from Turkey. In I I Rag.
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I Richard Karbcrg, son of Mr. visit Florida for the first time: Apply long lasting
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T11uavR1. f Pieri", NsP'AdvoeeN Monday, July 11, ,," See World's Fair. fee Carloa Doha's "Flying Eagles of Tomorrow.Rkk .
and of Papontla" perform their and Marietta era visitors
Rick and Marietta Barrett
Mlm Area Hap \ /Indian River City News I II sons, Kevin and Jeffrey, and daring fasts atop a polo 114. feet to New York every year and
few steel skel-
their nephew, Greg Young high The Barretts and Greg only last year a
I I I thought they could see the saw themselves at the Pavilion of tons were being erected and the

9Winners'Honored (Continued from Pit S) Dan Browning on Beverly Street World' Fair In two days but Japan on T. V. Aquacade and the City of New
Events Day The following officers were they had to give up at the end of On July 8th, the day they York building were the only
U. S. S. Constellation( currently appointed: M.... Wilma Shade three days because there still were there, the Ford Rotunda buildings remaining from the

.,. ... deployed In the South China Chairman; Mrs Suzanne Harper wan much to see. souvenir booth recorded 22,311 Fair of 1939. The new express
Winner of the Minis Summer 1'tge 1-" Sale visitors from the Start of Florida.On ways through, around and over
Mrs. Gertrude -
Secretary-Treasurer
; They had to stand in line as
Rcyreatfon! Day Eventa held at 1, tl James Spiritual Life and such, July 11, this figure had increased the Fair Grounds impressed
< long as two hours to see
Mints School were honored July 1 tbT burs Helen Crumpton Mem to 23,331. Florida, waa them because so much in such *
,) PrayerLadles allMraII" pavilion a* General Electric:
10th( with recognition and trophlesr w seventh \in number of visitors too holt time seemed almost impossible -
I bershlp. '
f with Walt Diane, "Carousel of
of the Christian and free souvenirs t.'atho
Ii Devotions and program were Progress"; The Sky-Dome Spec request ;
First place winner In the 6 to. ,i ttry Missionary Alllince Church met by Mrs James, entitled "Our tacular and a Demonstration of booth. *.. f;! Since this was Greg Young'i

8 'jjj-sn age group were: Mimi. A'I list Thursday evening at the later Years a time for Responsible Atomic Fusion; Pepsi Cola Pavil-- In ana short year, Flushing first trip to Now York they' had

K FiHtet$n, or Bryd the Harrison"Tug of War"and Mere. Ver I .t home at Mrs Pat Taylor, 285 Members Living". attending were: ion with its Tower of the Four Meadow Park has been trans to shaw: him the subway and

nottPrevatt, Sheryl, Edwards and Stuart Avenue, for I Missionary Mrs. Carol Ahmle, Mrs. Kay Winds and Walt Disney's "III formed Into'' a Fantasy Land of give him a ride In it. They took

Malk Cobb got their first in the Prayer Fellowship Mrs. Edna Biir, Mrs Frankie Baker, Mrs a Small World" a tribute to the all notions. The architecture: of him to Tunes Square and also

'"toot race" and! Belinda Rowan, Allen, presided over the businrm Mary Bogus, Mrs. Lillian Brown. children of the world; General past generations give the build- to the Empire State Building.Ho .

Mat-It Cobb and Vernon Prevottshpwetl meeting Then a study of Alllince Ing, Mrs Helen Crumpton, MM. Motors Futurama classic ride ings the appearance of having ate lunch at one of Horn &
how to win the head bal- a.; Homo Mlidum and Churches Suzanne Harper, Mrs. Jean HeckIcmosor into the future; a trip to the stood there for ages. Other buildings Ra rd art'. Automats, and this

and contest"" Finishing 'first in wai given hy Alice Forward In Mrs. Gertrude James, moon; life under ice, Industry under seem to belong to the World was a novelty to young Greg.

th.: "bap) race"1" 'were SimlaMtitre threat centered mostly around and Mrs Norma Ogborn Visitors water; a jungle visit and a

Greg Altman and: Marlin the work being done along the to the meeting were Mrs. clly of the future; The Vatican
Rojtdell. Then the ringing cham- Mexican Border. Muriel Chrelst, Mrs Betty Pavilion with Michael Angelo'i
pidlje of the "rln, throw" contest Wheeler and Mrs. Doris Knisley. 403( ,year old Masterpiece in care FLORIDA'S FASTEST GROWINGGAS
soubded" out Heba LivJngUin, Put nerved refreshments of ed Carrara Marble; the Pieta

Kjjfliy McNeely and Karen De chocolate rake, Ice-cream, punch Anita Allison Circle !and the Chapel of the Good Shop UTILITY BRINGS

Mmla as winners. and candles to Mrs. Evelyn Ash- Tho Anita Allison Circle of pard; Tho Ford Pavilion with
biugh, Annette Stewart, Juno International Garden; hand built NATURAL GAS TO '
Mr children1 B> years and over the IRe Methodist Church met
i Marl Gilliam Charlotte scale model which 6;)
the fallowing received trophies Hayes, last Tuesday In the home ot reproduce
forvaiious types of field events: Martin, Edna Allen and Alice Betty Baird on Abbott Avenue. Mcrrie England! Colonial America TITUSVILLE )
Forward. Aztec Mexico and Medival ? ,
Bojii",. Kenneth Poole, Steven Newly elected officers are:
Edwards Betty Baird, Chairman Barbara Europe eleven different
Gtlggi! Kevin Hall, 'Rudy ;
Swift, Glen. land of past and present; The
Bruce Hobson Circle Secretary-Treasurer;
Herman Gregory City Gas Company of Florida ha* brought
KaJbnich, Bob Romans John, TROPHY WINNERS-Bob Waldrop, Mims physical edu- da Johnson, Membership; Lois Magic Skyway with Walt Dis natural gee ta Brovard County. Live modern
Lawyer. Winners In the events cation teacher, presents trophies to Mimi Kahn and Greg The Hobson Circle of the I. R. Sain, Local Church Activities; ney's huge Dinosaurs and life- and lave money with natural gas for cooking,

fo'r'Uf girls were1' Rob Stride ory Kolonlch for their activities In the Mims summer pro C. Methodist ,Church met last Betty Hill Publicity. lire|: cavemen appear in the homo hosting fc air conditioning, clothes drying

land, Patti. Lewis, Susan McCaK gram., Gregory took first place in the 50-yard dash In Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lit- Scripture reading from Romans Dawn of Life on Earth. water ,hosting and many commercial .>

hum, Peggy Larkins, Denise the 12-year age group and Mimi won first place In the .. 10:8-15 was read by Mrs The party went from one exhibit (Industrial application- Through" our tubtldlary -

Motley Debby McLaughlin. six-yeue age group tug of war.-(Bill Williams Photo), ," Swift. Program entitled "The to the next with never a -Drl-Gas Corporation-wo also supply

Marlon Cox, and Nora Blair, Methodist Family" was presented dull moment. The Hall of Science the fInest bottled gas throughout the county
Indiana t by Mrs Hill, assisted by Mrs. All City Cat and Drl-Gas customers an
of Berne
The ping pong championship eluta and sons Visits With CrandparontsRodney thrilled them and at the
Johnson. Refreshments
went la Susan Hollman and Tom are guests with Lyle and Dele Sims of Melbourne were serviced by union omjloyoi
served by the hostess Avis Antique .Car ride, Jeffrey
Graham/ Erin Khan and Denise Maxine has been visiting his ( )
Mosley. At the end of the marble grandparents, Mr. and Mrs \,. Vacation and Greg chauffercd Rick, Marietta j
tournament Dennis Mosley had Celobraftd Birthday Frank Sims this past week. and Kevin in scale modelsof
Mr. and Mrs Bill Baird and
tie! most marbles. Shower for Linde Oowild CITY GAB COMPANY OP FLORIDA
won Walkingoff Jim Wheeler Jr was five son, Alan, of Abbott Avenue and old autos on a landscaped
with the awards for shower Fri- t .It ePOiMATION" ON eeavtce. CONvl".ION anATae. CAI.41.
special yean old on July 23, and celebrated It was bridal time, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Norman of track. TiTu.V/LL. M5La0UANaNs '
arts and crafts were Gary Walk- l his big day with severalof day evening In the Educational Delano Road, recently returned Thay! also visited the U. S. COCOA.mN. I AM i v-aaea I A e .1N

PC. Marion ,,Con,and Nora Blair his little friends. The children Building of First Baptist Church from a trip to Texas and Mexico. Space Park; pavilion of Ireland, --- -
On Wednesday lest week the nth: had' a big time paying "pin for Miss Linda Oswald. The Alan Baird stayed with Mn. Japan Indonesia, Thailand,

children enjoyed a movie entitled the tail on the donkey" and Boone was set with the gift table Balrd's mother, Mrs. Dewey Went Vlrginn, Florida, Missouri L COCOA DIRECTORY I
"Everything's Just Ducky" "drop the hanky". After Jim beautifully set with a pink cloth White, In Taft, Texas, while the and Boy Scouts of America and
with, Eddie, Hackett and Micky opened his many pretty gifts, overlaid with a white lace cloth, j jI other two couples vacationed for many others. At the Pavilion of
Rooney Thursday was fishIng the children and adults were decorated with bells and a pink I 11 days In Mexico. Mexico, they were thrilled\ to
day out at Fox Lake. Do not "nerved refreshments of cake, ice umbrella surrounded by Just i Most outstanding part of their Pianos Organs Guitars Accessories

know if there were any fish cream and punch. Those present many beautiful packages Lynn visit to Old Mexico was the bull .'' HI-FI, Gibson
caught but I'm sure a good time were: Eddie Jamison, Bobby Farmer 'played the piano while fight they witnessed In Montereyand rH'lf) / AODtlCbCOA Stine Guitars

was had by all who fished. Bolllnglon, Debby Fritzke, Don- Millie and Cathy Shealy enter t'J. the Burro ride they took was tWIN IOW RS, !R.e.rds ICS.:: Band

ny Churms Andy Brackln Julie tamed with a medley of songs, an interesting experiment. While Players ___A...___. Instruments
Personals Smith ad brother'' Dell, Rodney "Strolling( Through Tho Park", H. Tvggle only part of the group enjoyedthe RENTA PA tMENn Export Repairs on All Band: Instruments

Mr and Mrs Ronnie Townsend Sims Robin Wheeler a cousin "Let Me Call You Sweetheart", hot Mexican food, they all enjoyed HACH M S. Altontle Phone SU 3-7731 Cocoa Beach
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and'! /sons from Tallahassee are and his sisters, Cecila and Chris "Daisy", "Pagan Love Song", the beautiful scenery.
visiting with Mr. and Mrs Lyle tina. Mrs Jim Smith, Mrs A. C.Brukln. "No Place Like Home" and end. Tuggle Is New --- I AUTO SALES '

Duff fund family of Spruce Hills Miss Millie Shealy and Ing with "I Wish I Was Single
also, Mr. and Mra. Om Wheeler. Again". TEST DRIVE THE NEW
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I Mn Marvin Shealy won the Theatre Manager I ,.
"'" .. -...... door Linda received : 'YJJU; SAAB
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.4" '-. beautiful things J. II. Tuggle, J -merly of Atlanta :(OOK A r If" I -' ',am*Mr ant'feaan*w.1..........f./. 1
VtitefiA Miss Judy Sharpe, Miss Pam Georgia, has been employed .
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-" Merle Howe, Mrs. J. T. Shealyand I HONDA MOTORCYCLESHAM'S
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-.:' : P oor ... r\/\' \ served, cake, punch and mixed Tuggle has approximately 23 MONEY DOW 3 yrs. to pay ,
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/ J aC 0 Karen MAGNOLIA PLAZA, TITUSVILLH8al
Leo Ross, Miss
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A Mrs Courtney Porter Mrs. Julian I
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Good Used Cars
Mrs. J. M. Price Sr. Mrs. Joe 00 I
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Area LL Title' Star-Advocate SportsNEWS tto




TituHville'a Major League all-Mar team, winner of the AND VIEWS

Area 3 title, open the District 2, Tournament in Cocoa to.
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day against Highland. I .
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The will at 4 w.w ; : ,
game begin p.m. L- .; 1L. .
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If Tituflville wins today, they'll''! meet the winner of : : .. ,. ,

Merritt Island, and, Jacksonville Naval Ortega, from Jack > > V *:
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sonville Naval Air Station game tomorrow night at 7 p,m. :-' : ." .. :. : ": .,,:," .'' .

State tournament for Major League will be held in St. / ..' .( );, '" I",. 1' .
Petersburg,
To reach the District Town field, Strenlh. walked and Brent #0 .. .,.,, !I ., .

ament, Titusvllle'i ill.star team Tally got an. infield hit. Church ; ( : .... --..... ., t'
had to win three consecutive well walked, sending Rogers : 'I.. .

games downing' Indian River hums and Robbins hit a grounderto .f' '';;'' .

City Thursday night: Cocoa South shortstop scoring Strenth ...
Friday and Coco' North Satur Frasure grounded out to the In- ..,.""" } """"-!.. ,.
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day. fluid retiring the aide, but not t \ '.,..,. .
Saturday night for the area I until Titusville had a 4-0 lead. .' :

titlo, big David Putt, who pitcheda From the first inning on, It was .

one hitter two nights, before all Titusville. ,

against I. R. C. rapped two, They scored two runs In the .
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home rum, drove In ala runs second three in the third, five In L : ... ." .. -Iof-' ;(.... i"t" ...
and Tommy Strenth scattered the fifth, and five more In the ". ,. -
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seven hit to romp over Cocoa alKtn. PRIZE WINNERS Titusville's young'' red ribbons for second place by John'

North. 191. In the second, Shuman struck > .K P'" y J .;( .. cowboys put their Runs on display recently Loud. From left are Loud Jeffrey Carl'

Poff homered his. first time at out, Moore struck out, and M1: : for tho City Recreation! Dept's. gun con- son, Joey McCormick, Eddie Critchley, I

the plate with two out, following again, Poff bit one over the leftfield .. ,j test at Dlunton Park The youngsters were Doug Sumerlin Charles Krifl. and Sandra''

Frasurc's walk giving Titusvillea fence. Rogers singled to .;.s. .... I awarded) blue riblxms for first place and Grimm.-(Carlson Photo).
M.IbIADVANCED
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2.0 lead This seemed' to spark left, Strenth hit. single and
Titusville the said SKIERS Three of the 90 who o 0 _. O.
team some scored Rogers from second base. Titusville enrolled for the summer lass we ask the City RecreationDirector

would not 'get past the first Despite tromping Cocoa North High School advanced skiing students are recreation program Correct Craft, Inc., : about It first.

game. 19-1 in the area finals, Titus. shown above practicing on the Indian donated the boat shown above to the Tho way It looks from here, th.'

Don Rogers singled to right ville's real test of strength came River with instructor Frank Tomdale dray schools for use in the skiing program.. County I la gonna "give" ua I.

Friday evening against Cocoa ing the boat. The students are only part (S-A Photo). place to shoot, We can build I
South, which they won, H. and'
shelter, and target frame.,
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Coquina Holds Cocoa scored their only mark. wit up a Skeet range and all that

er In the fourth on singlos by Ed Hurls 1 Hitter suit of thing and then somrf-[

wards Wilcox and Coburn along Thompson body clue can tell us whether w*

Field Day Tues.Coquina with an error and a passed ball. can use 'em or notl! I thin("

Trailing 1-0 going Into the fifth .. ...
bMT N -- -- right about there is where some:
Elementary School's Inning. Titusville threatened thin' has gotta change. .'.
Field Day will be held Tuesday when David Poff singled down Out on the Island where wo was doln' the right thing, 'came '

morning at 1:30: p.m. the first base line, and went to IRC District 6. 4 were told we could fish until at he got on his little radio and Somebody, besides the County;
Drops her. to make sizeable Invest:
a
highlight of the day will be a second on an error and advancedto least the first of October, things called In to his superior But I '
ment In labor as well aa easft!
sdftball game between studentsand third on an Infield out. Wee are gcttln klnda rough! Wo don't imagine he reully got far
faculty at 10:30. Shuman reached first on a bunt, wore told that we could fish with that. The first thing his And' somebody hat to be rct1

Competition events such as 25 however Poff stayed on third Tommy Thompson pitcher six FiTnandina Beach Saturday af knocked in Indian River City' from an hour before sunrise un- boss wanted to know was: "Are those ponslble who for would the- safely the of a|.
use
yard dashes, broad jump and base, Cocoa managed to retire innings, gave up only one hit, ttrnoon in Jacksonville for the two runs In the fourth Inning til an hour after sunset but they close tu any construction( Somebody has to for rang Insur
sick races are slated with divisions the side with no harm done lit and no earned runs, but Indian District Championship somebody has changed all that. And I wouldn't wonder If that pay '*.
for both boys and girls. Holland grounded out and pinch. River City's Senior Division All- Fernandma Beach will represent doubed again into center field, And they didn't tell anybody was .('Uir\' Into the vmbarasmn'. once And If that "nemebody'who

Trophies will, be awarded to hitter Tom Strenth flied out to star team was defeated 8-4 by District 2 In Orlando today .scoring McAllister and Collins. shout It, so far as I can learn, question department. doe all that I I. the local giifl
club
first place winners with ribbons center. .in the Slate Tournament. IRC had a 4.3 lead going Into Tho "Guard. out on the Island The party he was try in' to order then the "somebody" who
going to second place. Titusville came to bat In the sixth, one run behind. Scott the last half of I the sixth, but are geitin' as thick as fleas, out of tho fishin' hole was at) actually' controls the rang4'should

Cburchwell Paige struck walked.!gut, and Frssure Brad i- Thomson/ pltchn innings excellent, but ernfrS I, Thom.inn,. who hud struck :out and at tar an I can tell, a lot oC least 8 to !10 mllis from anything the noel t he: at the slake one or ones wfc,f*:

B butters, walked one and givenup 'em ore doln' just about as much he was supposed to be guard-
grounded 1 out to third. Manager throughout the contest post hima I keep thlnkJn' about the !
only: one hit In six innings, good! But they're havln' a ball In', And they were" at least a clff"
Mack Knight aelected Eugene victory. of D-iytona! Beach and the '
walked the first two batters, orderin' fishermen around. mil or more from the railroad- fun
Davis as a plnchhitter and he hita In the opening frame Hunk 'struck out Burgess and walked Looks to me like they want to so that sure wnim't anything for club up there The gun club built *

ball ten feet In front of the Bailey, short stop for reman Johnson, loading the bain. An save all the flshm' for themselves him In worry about a real nice range maybe eve

plate, managing to reach first ona dina bunted safe down the overthrow at third baaa by the ; only I can't sea that they'd Imagine there U eonslderablodanger a littli toij nice the way it tuined'
throwing error by the catcher third base line and advanced. out. And they Invited the I toed
catcher tied the score at 4 4 and bo any better. than anybody fixe in fishermen, gettin' that
wi/n The ball, went Into right field and to second on a wild throw. Teddy Thompson was relieved by right I can understand 'em wantln' lose to that big Vertical Assembly pollct to shoot there, The trouble
scored Churchwell from second Lancaster struck out and Stave was that the police liked It
err :
handed Bill Wlaby. Rice bunted, to keep folks away from some building One of Vm just
for the tying run. David Poff Seville filed out to third baa. pnd bad throw scored two more of the rein/ where there's a lot might sneak it Into his tackle well that: It wasn't long before : }
then hit In the
be.
tween first a single and gap Burrell Rice, first baseman hit a' runa Allen bunted scoring anther > of activity Thut's their job RutIt box or aoinethm' like that. Or he they got to tollin' the gun club, :

second sending grounder to short stop who over man' from third and Williams dint make too much sense to might even run off with one of when they could use Itt! I'd haw
Davis with the
across winning threw first base and scored Ball filed out* to Thompson on inn. when they go 'way nut In the Pads or a blockhouse, so to see somelhln' like that'happen ,

M AIee1 wait. SpIM W run.Although Tltusville's all-stars ey from second, giving Fernan short stop and Franklin flied out tho boondocks and bother folks them guards even \ten miles here. 4
lead.IRC'c .
committee three errors, they dina Beach a one point to Hart on third. that ain't doln' a docgonrd thing away gotta bo careful of I .

Maybe if all newspapers would try this solution their house.to- played an excellent defensive Beach all- stars held the Fernan.fourth In the seventh, Ken Walker wrong! them fishermen! I a fl
dina through
house delivery may set all speed records. game with two outstanding plays. and Davis struck out Wlsby One of the guards was ,Iv In' s Don't get me wrong, now, Hot l 1

Jim Ryan of Wichita, Kansas, spends most of his money on movies David Poff made an unusual Inning, and for the first time singled into left field and J.., Hart party a hard limo the other day, all of them guards art that hard TWIN TOWERS a

He can't enjoy candy or other sweets, because he's too busy training catch charging in from his right since the game started, began grounded out to abort and ho must have figgrred/ / he to got along with. Some of 'c'l1Il j RENTAL APARTMENTS :
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hitting J. P. Thompsonled f
year round for track. field position to grab a line drive are real nice fellers. ; but some
He's the fastest prep miler In the United States with a time of that might have gone for extra olf with a single!! into left of Vm just can't wait to get COCOA -MA'CH .:
filet! Gary Hart walked, and
3:59: set recently at the Compton, Calif, relays. bases and Paige the first baseman Butch Humes bunted, but Seniors Down everybody run off their fishin' ------ .

Finding a part.time job for a youngster of his abilities must have leaped high Into the air to Thompson was thrown out at territory. And I can't get aroundto for those whoPERSPIRE :
been a real problem, but for the Wichita Eagle and Beacon, he waa catch a line drive in the sixth btliovIV: that they have It be
third base.
exactly what they needed. Score By Innings: (hut big a hurry I
school Titusville 423 SOS-19 12 0 Dan Collins struck out, and For Hint alnl j
After delivering morning papers, Jim heads for East high matter, there
track field to run In an effort to beat his mile time. When school dismisses Cocoa North 001 000- 1 7 10 Jerry Kunish left fielder for Merritt Islandwalked anybody convinced me thai t It's .

he carries the evening papers and returns to school for more Batteries: Strenth and Churen- IRC, lined a double down the necessary to tlose, off the north

hours of running He's a 17 year old junior. well; Taylor, Demastrus ((4)), and third base line that emptied the end of the Inland for any reason'
Kocol banes and gave IRC a 2-1 l lead. Jury Hart gave up one hit a Wisby filed out to center And I don't think they can give HEAVILYe

Titusville has lost one football player and gained another. The Box Score: Fcrnandina tied it at 2-2 in [home run in the third with the field, moving Munich to third me a reason. :

According to various rumors, Gene Melvin, a 190 pound fullback C flC-fl 10KTIIll. K H ael'eT'4 their half of the fourth after Be- ,ba*.s empty and led the IRC and Davis to second. Thompson From where I sit, it looks like
Willi..... ... s e a Itr vllle grounded out to third and Senior Division nil-it.r team toa Ab 1
that
of last year has moved to Cocoa and will play this season! for the singled between first and second new Rifle and Pistol Range
Cocoa Tigers. But, several days later, back came Don Stansell, who I'hll:r T Karol"ylor. r. HI I !. 1 1 : Rice struck out Connors hit a 3-1 victory over Merritt Island storing Kunlsh. ain't gonna work out as nice as vf1L: ai
John llnrflPld. ('IHl.iv. a U' 1 single Into center field, the only Senior .
for the area
played here last year but moved to West Palm Beach at the end of Cuiika; 2b a U 41 ,Friday evning Hurt gave up one run on one it Will supposed to. It was to
football season. Jim lluihinn lb. a a hit of Thompson. Burgess hit a League title hit and. struck out eleven. have been open to various other

It's not a bad trade, In the weight department both boys weigh turn.. Lucy- ukrrwl LI I : 0Dbb. : slow grounder to short atop and Merritt Island the team that organi/ntlons but under the supervision
Hnhlrn HfAl 0 1 e e another overthrow scored Con-
about the same. It would be nice though, if Melvin moved back. We I.. ItomaMrua Pl' 41 0 downed Tltusvlllv'a Senior league ) of the present gun i I

all know that Head Football Coach John Gaines could use them both. J.Quirk totuncourt i>h Sb Y J 0' 0 II a 0 ners from first the night before, scored their First Methodist club Now there is some questions

Which reminds us, only about three and a half weeks remain before Starting; off the fifth Inning, ::only run In the third, when Bill to whither we will have anything 4.
practice starts. Tolali T'TI".Lt n 1: 1 1 Barry Rice walked, and Allen fleetwood the pitcher, sent a at all to say about it, un- e

.,.. 1& 15 ISfiSSlav. struck out but not until Rice home run over the left field fence Defeats Baptist e
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Enjoyed talking with Marvin Fisher's younger brother, Ronnie Hbuman 25 : .I : I had stolen second and third Indian River City was held and triple for First Methodistand

Fisher here recently. Anyway, we suppose It was Ronnie. He hara David I>avld Moor.foil IbBr.nl Cf 4 4 1 1 J eD.a bases. scoreless until the fifth, when Titusvllle'i First Methodist Dill Seklel hit two doublesfor
Ho.... U I S S 0. Bailey hunted with two strikes they tied the score at M. Collins First
twin brother who looks exactly like him, and both boys have visited Tommy "....th PI' I a Church downed Fint Baptist 1-4 Baptist
with Marvin during the summer and memory fails at the moment Tally M a 2 1 1IIr.d and brought Rice across from led off with a single to left field, Friday evening In the City spore First Methodist, scored eight
C'hunhw.lK.vln : C a 1 0 1 third base giving Fernlndma Kunlnh doubled to right moving cored Church Softball League at runs on 10 hits and 3
exactly which one we talked with. Conversations for us were not tremendously Hobblni HI' a 0 1 errors
difficult he tried to talk about Indiana basketball but Bulib Tourney HI." t 9 e "aTot.i. a 3.2 lend. Collins around to third, then Wis Sand feint.leorge while First Baptist scored 4 runs e

we didn't give him much of a chance because all the time we were I 2 11 .IS In the sixth inning Thompson by grounded out to third base, ; MathUon hit a double, MI its and I errors
grounded out to second base and scoring Collin. fO.day
Oklahoma football.
about
constantly yacklng
Fast Pitch
City Gary Hart grounded out to third. In the sixth, Thompson singled supply
i
from Softball Standings Mark McAllister. I3-yar-old Into right center, stole second and SJ.OO
not
That strange smell !i in the air again. And, it's coming
Cllr Pan in a substituteand third then Hart hit a grounder
Club HiaaiUnii uPt.T. alternate came
.SirsCme.fw.sMre
and we've
the Indian River but City Hall. It's election time already ... ..a.1 : !
Jay.-. got a single into center to third scoring Thompson. .. ..,,..wla
talked with one of the candidates, George Arnold. District 1. .t large" I Ya. tt-e' -s"" --"
ot5rmoer 1 field. Collins doubled to tenter, They picked up another run in
candidate. Arnold old he was all In favor of more recreation within Colo.lol 1 1CIII. I A MV uU-pwialnBl thai naByorkat
.... 1 moving McAllister around to the seventh when Kunish reached .. 1I\Iftt.-.. anMaaw tar
the city, especially since so many young couples are moving into the Ae50..Hea j jMcDo.oell .
third and Jerry Kunish who first on an error, Jessie Davis auar k* bed atoaaln at affoett
area. 1 1 Ma.. Mllckaa AaU-rmplraat ..*.s
that la needed In city, and more .-..... akaoluttly, dry for ..aMaudf >
"Recreation ur something every
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ef. ., am foalUva actkaaniaM
emphasis should be placed on recreation," Arnold said. COMPLETE Your PORTRAIT. TRUSSES I IU b tOBBlaka faaUMaat taomal
We don't usually take sides in politics and we're not here either akla. ao4 iMhtaf to Bud
,.. aanlbl t. ky aw tyaa formula .....
But. In this particular case we thought it worth mentioning because Tow Purposes of kr yaw* ado ht ahanaMj ..4araHuaaSky
Titusville has a new recreation department and now some dreams of BRAKE AaHwrbMl Smferd .Dubr MMiht* Wbttr a trartworUiy. jS..,faaxMukOTataro ,

recreation can come true. 0,1< Passport or IdentificationEXPERT largest Roof Truer Prefabetestleg' SysUs atpartaMB aaoaaMMadMt* alert fey sad avar Ua MOlaadlof *.

SERVICE laatfa af deal ease, latlafaetfcativaraataad. .
Well. Little League baseball .U winding up another .I&tceasful"a. PORTRAITURE IN OUR OWN STUDIOSBOHANNON'S PANNING LUMBER CO. I a.a'e live !. ta aarapka.Uoa .
worrtMt try MUckaj AaUranplnat -
son. It's been a long one. and this year's program was bigger and 214 S. WASH. M7-W41 ......,.
better than any before. There has been talk of organizing another STUDIOAND
NEW U. 8. 1 SOUTH INDIAN RIVER CITY
league next year, for boys 18-11. The past season a Senior League SULLY'SSINCLAIR CUTTER DRUG

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"q. I mu.vllie (PGrklal) It..AlwMIN Monday, July V,, IH4., Ross, Annie McKinney of Mimi;
t Ellery Hyatt of Scottamoor; Ce rire

celia Sandra
McGee Murray,
Lellers From Our ReadersAgainst Stella Bishop Cora Williams A La Marlck Salon is always near you!

Jeanette Davis of Titusville. Cocoa Orlando Daytona Beach

Unkle FuD's 4 Fliwrldatlon pends. Discharges Frances Wood

Editor: "Fluorine affects the pituitaryso and baby boy Alice Twigg: and TITUSVILLE: Open 9 a-m. to 9 p-m. Monday ,

I Indicated in my previous as to Interfere with the act. baby boy, Baby Boy Moore Through Friday Saturday 'Til 6 p.m. ,
ivity of the thyrotrophlc hormoneand Edith Burgess, Marvin Fisher
\letter: regarding: my viand against production of thyroxine thus Hal Hollifield Juanita Moody,

CoYumLooks / fluoridation that I have in my aggravating goiter, (Follls, IIClm. .. yr' a Bradley Hamilton of Titusville; fabulousTRAVEL

possession a great deal of material -, Nut, v 6, p 459 1958)). Robert Taylor of Mims.IT .
proving Iti' detrimental ef Fluorine increases excretion of i

feet on human health. Some of Iron thus leading to anemias C or TITlKVII' ,
alTtE
or 1'1 HUC Ht.\lII"O
this evidence Is highly technical (Steven M J, and Johnson L. The city; : of Tlluivlll will hold 8 CUTS
I have selected publlu lieorlni on Tue.il.y, August
:
therefore some
Jr r A., Metal Binding in Medicine 11, tW4\ 11 7:M pm. In the Cuuaull
simple easy to understand quotaUoni Room to hear Inlvrmiud. .
I.
Looks like the Council Race In Fair and sing their "Weer FromTidyville" from various sources. p. 179 I'm). tot) A rvquenl to reMonefollowing pcraonrpRttrd Ih. Only 2.00 ,
d would property:
Tidyville mite be as noisy as the song. That "From Prevention Magazine, "Tho pituitary gland rake. up present OU ilu..iric.tlua 10 t or at no additional .
Convention. Glad to perk up the attendance at the UK rlKimiriittlon to allow a Drlvt-
Republican April 1964: several times as much fluorineas In The*!!..
from Hoildy exhibit! Them Glee Club turn appllLitlim baa boon cost with of oursuperior
see that fine young feller other soft tissue which Is PULVER" Affable made any
gals Is prettier ttw look at than "Dr. Heard stated In 1031-! : 'It any MR; by Clyde: Hall for property. on Ih..
the south end of our fair city toss especially dangerous, because Robert Walker, who wanted to runt >lil, of slut Rood dun., pearslat. \
li not true that Hereford Texas .
,
them derned alleygators.Someone mead 50 she legal dfx rlptloio
his hat In the race. Welcome to aB'uked Is the town without I toothache.This the pituitary Is the master be I playwright but becamean which l I. The Rouih eel foot o.
contest Dr. Young. Yer jiut called me Lot W and 1 82. Tltuivlll Fruit and waves.comparable .
the eland of the endocrine system of actor and hit it big, stars ,
III wanted few saw some phrase has been used effect. (aim Limit. an recorded In flat
many years of loyal an dedicated ively Interested In the body. (Demola, V, et al, In the name-role of "Ensign B4kl.I. at liana 29.
dead lives for my fireplace this by people jI he.ilnj will ba held be 1
service tew community bet. marketing Sodium fluoride all Helv. Physiol!. Fhamaco, Acta, Pulver" a sequel to "Mr. Robert fore the i'lannliia; and Zoning Coin.ml -
terment sure ought tew make winter. I've always heard twas over the country 1 have pract v. 17, p. 619 1959)). *" which is playing at the 1114,4..Hlon on Wedneaday, Auguat a.
best to nolhin' an' saw
"say
yew a mltey welcome candydate.What Florida Theatre It also stars TTY OK TITL'HVILLKBy
bed I dentistry here for and
wood" Lord knows I bin sllyln'IOm.thln' years "Dypmcnorrhua, low birthrate Margaret Cooper
are all them halfhearted Burl Ives, Walter Matthau City j
the Inrldence of tooth decay or ClerkJuly
: sew folks what changes In growth pattel'n.hl .
yew 27 (4Mun19414.
Americans fusm' about Senator Millie Perkins, Kay Medfordand
iginally low. However
was very ,
alnt said notliin' why dont yew h Incidence of bone fractures, !
Coldwatcr's statement on extremism as the town grew and people be. and ab- Tommy Sands, fin or TiTiMtiLi' v:
laW that wood. liver damage thyroid XITII OK PIHLM HKtNIMiThe
fcrT Wasn't David a gan to live on processed foods
nomnlities ((80' In all ages may City of Tltuavllle will hold a
little extreme when he sockedold Be sveln' y'all tooth decay Increased by leaps public bearing on Turailav Augunt
result from intake of 2 p,p,m of ParrishHospilal It, 1U04\ al 1:30 pro, In the Council:
Goliath out of business wltllth.t Uukle Fud and bounds. The Increase persis Room to hear Intenatpd pi-raona In
!fluorine In water .
drinking )
: regard lot A requem lo reaone the
debt. them
slingshot Wasn't ted In spite of the fact that people Ir.Lrllii-d
following from
(Florentine, S", Rend. let super properly
farmers from Concord so' Lexington were drinking: the same water lie. priMnt K I claailftcatlon to an
lumta, v. 10, p. 721.1947). i H a clarification to allow Rental
puttin' a little extremism Shipwreck Bar they drank when they were eat. Volta
into the shindig there at "that ing natural and unadulteratedfoods. "I would like to conclude wltji Activity at Jess Parrish Memorial Thla appllLatlnn' haa bran made by LA MARICKLA

rude bridge that arched the The dental Investigators: a quotation from a well-knoW"" Hospital. : Lincoln five Park acrea. Ino.,of for land apuroiImalcly located- FAN COLD WAVE

flood?" Wasn't our friend Harry Popular Spot made a serious mistake when English Professor of Microbiology July 20 r King boundurira Avenue and of Lee sty.':Road Avenue, the.:, 12.50

Truman a little extreme when they gave fluoride the,, credit for C. 0. Dobbs, Ph D, Admissions' Alice Trlgg:, legal di.crltlon| of which la Lull value
-
he sent. the A bomb over Japan Tltusvlllc's newest and most our good teeth. They overlookedthe ARCS, University of North Perry Sohlabach, Lillie Mae si 18],thru Inulualva M ua, In thru Lincoln Us, ISO Park throngs sub complete only 6.95
food in rich well. Brown, Marvin Fisher Georgia dlvlaloii, according lo plat thereof
like all of 'em grown our
Seems to was
me fc
Wales FLUORIDATION It.' .
doors : ,
unusual lounge opened Its Donna ai recorded In Plat Book 10 page
motivatej by the need tew de mineralized soil It Is these minerals of doubtful legality; It often;& Slmmi, Audrey Clunk Ha, Publlvr' Record of Brevard LA MARICK
this week. of wnu.li foods Brookover Bradley Hamilton County, Florida' I
fend liberty and justice. Its a processed ASTRE LANOL WAVE .
deep convictions concerning doc-<
ftorlng A public hearing will be held before aka
Constructed adjacent to and rob the body that build health Sarah Northcutt, Evvy Bamforfi!
mitey foi lunate thing for us without consent; It it the Planning and Zoning Com-
with Julia Bookhart of Titusville mlaalon on WeUneaday, Auguat S, 2500 l
what i livln' in a 'free country operated in conjunction and good teeth. That goes for against the medial tradition of and 1UU4. comparable value
had whole dern Howard Johnson's Restaurantand trace minerals aa well as N, Ca, Wayne .Ballmgton, Sharon Delancy PITY OP TITimVILLB 9a95NIGHT
today that we a care for the Individual against complete only
passel of men an' women ex Motor Lodge, the Shipwreck P and K. It takes all these elements the function of the public; water $ ,'Tollie Carl King of Mimi. I City Hy; Margaret Clark Cooper
in Bar features dancing over the to build sound bodies 1 Discharges Margot Perkins July 27 (UCon,1) 1964 i I
tremists throughout history
supply against sane economic;.
'end babv' girl, Anna Slantis, c..n 1111 a .I.
water OK tll KNO
stead of Mealy-mouther pussyfooters "Dr. Hugo Thorell, Nobel Prizewinner against the considered opinion of Ruth Andrews, Patricia Over- ('.. Or PI HI,K' HrtMIXU; OWL SPECIAL t
like sew many vote conscious for his work on oxidutive eminent nutritionists, biochemists The City of Tltuavllle will hold a
The dancing area was constructed street, ''Gary Gardner Debra publla hearing on Tureday. Augu 5 to 9 P. M.
pollytishuns are tewday over the swimming: poolof enzymes, based his opposition to I physiologists, pharmacologists 11 I, 1U64 at 7:40: p,m, In the Council '
fRill With Marlck
each La
bottle
Surifncy of Titusville; Baby boy Room way a of
to hear Intereatrd peraona In
er Old Fur mite be bowln' downto the home formerly owned by fluoridation on the facts that allergists, lexicologists; Godwin of Mims regard 10: A r'Qu..1 to ...on. tha All Purpoi ihimpoo. I

some Emperor. Bendin' In the Mr, and Mrs George Valclyke, fluoride Is an established enzyme and above all, it Is against nature July 21 lie fallowing prtmmt flracrlbed BR and R-a properly claanlflratlon. from Retail Value . 97c J
middle JIST don't come easy while''' the former home has been poison and potent Inhibitor of al caution and common sense" to a T claaeirlcatlon to allow a
Arlmssions-.-. Elaine Scan motel, mtauranl and full arrvlcefaclllllei
tew Old Fud nohow. added to and completely remodeled many enzyme systems. Ills re- Frans E. Larson | .
In a shipwreck motif. search together with that of drett,, Edna Knight Gregory Thla application baa born. mail Stylists Prices Slightly Higher
Old Tidyville was pretty well Harrison, Michael Freed Sally by K R. Thnmaa for the pant .6 The Bar features Dick Butte others In the Nobel Institute, had feel, wrat of U, Highway No 1
represented at the Florida Association Bussard TrialRescheduled Willis, Dale Glenn William Cor- i id.rll.lluD
and his amazing Chamberlin Keyboard much to do with the ruling of the north oC Olmatrad Drive the legal
of Realtors meeting: in : ley, Mildred, Tully of Titusville, i>f which la The eaat6iU r
Orchestra Supreme Court of Sweden In HereThe ''' fret of, Lota lit. and 4 of
Clearwater last week, Lonnie December 1961, that fluoridation AlbcrU Mallory William Priceof Plat No, a, ttubcllvlalon pf that part 1
of aeitlon 22 ,
Conforti!, C W. Danenburg.: of water supplies was not permisiable trial of Max Bussard for Mima; Carl Kirkland of Douglas range 81 art,'lying township north 32 of Indian aouth Charge It!

Mary Edwards, and Donn Searle Tides under the Swedish mer nhcriff's comptroller, charged :- GA. Cool River City Railroad and eaat for Boye of Florida batato.East according

were all there slngin Tidyvllle's Nigh Lew Health Act by Sheriff Leigh Wilson on Discnaiges Ferrill Mazzat- to Plat thereof recorded In
praises Sooner or later them two counts of embezzlement, to and baby boy Shirley Speur, Plat Book 2, page 70, Public Rec- lndsc BEAUTY SALONPhone
Tuesday, July 21 "Dr. J. J. Use, for 20 years associate orda of Hrevard County, Floilda. extent -
aint gonna be ennybody in Flor- 10:111: I.m. 4.53 am. professor of chemistryand scheduled for last Friday has Harold T. Wright, Ruth Koenig aunt of that U. !part. No of 1 Highway aald.. lota, lying y
idy what don't know where "our PhD In biochemistry and been continued until August 7. Catherine Workum of Titusville; A public hearing will be held be- AM 7-6565

town" Is located. Tew bad the 11:22: pm. 500: pm. organlcs, University of Toronto: The teuson for the delay accordIng Baby ;Buy Berry Sadie Cobb, fore the on Planning Wedneaday and: Zoning, August Commtalon 5.- Tltuiville Shopping Contor

Coon Holler Crab Smashers an' Wadntsday, July 21 'It Is known as a scientific fact : to the sheriff's department Sharon Delaney of Mlms. 1984. CITY Of TITt'HVILLE South' Largoit and Loading Beauty System
Oyster Shuckers Sassiety Glee 11:45 a,m. S:36 am. that flmrlde Is deadly poison to was that Bussard requested July 22 Bv Margaret Cooper
Club can't tew the World's S:55 upon which all life de. lime to retain counsel!. Admteslons Howard Allen City: ('lockJuly
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'. We ain't so civilized In Titusvllle United States track team over Pennies
f't yet Friday night we were the Russians over the weekend Reflects Slight SLarAth'ocatc i
driving home and Just off U. S. It is our hope that the outstanding
f 1 on Laurel what should we run performances by the Americans Th Vole *{ 25.000 North Brovard County Residents From f

across but a full.grown skunk, will be carried over to the Gain In BrevardBrevard ,e -.---- -- --
headed toward U. S. 1. We didn't 1964 Olympics in Japan. Section TITUSVILLI, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JULY 27, 194 Pag.1.B 1 Heaven!
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ambled right on toward the youth played a big part In the
force was estimated at You know the man whe gala
ployment
highway Perhaps it was getting U. S. victory-we're now depending To Moon'The lud m.r.t against .noth r
Ranger-B Photograph
68,200 by mid-June, an Increase
ready for the coming city el. greatly on athletes ranging man for pant due tent and the
ection Joining up with, some from IB to 24, with a few older of 100 over the previous month. later' pod off In pennies? The

odorierous "throw-aways" that The Russians are depending on Hiring activity by retail tradu National Aeronauticand the Surveyor unmunnexi i soft tlt'by\ the COO-pound Runjttr-D/ could provide several thousand story was printed in Men-
will ] be delivered houseto those from 24 to 30. Andso
probublf ranging: .
house. youth had Ita day.A stoics and new engineering service Space Admlnlstatum is landing program and the Apollo will coniist of six television cameras pleturc! Nut all of the pholoI day's Star Advocate.

firms was offset by temporary planning to launch from Cape manned landing program, In about 10 to' 15 minute' I ruplis: are expected to t be> use- Will, the property owner
summer layoffs of non. Kennedy: the seventh Ranger counted the and found
Martha Faulk called us the The single experiment car. of operation before impact, they See BANGER en Page 3 B money
recent story from the Florida teaching personnel within the spacecraft; designated Rangers 'that there were 10,500 pennies
other day, after the article about Development Commission makes public school system.Construction on a mission to obtain clone In the bag the payment was
.
Dr. B R. Wilson's death 51 the Muon Y' I ... -.wi."- ....-.i. -- iv.
one wonder Just how much that employment declined up photographs of 100 pennies short, et the 'IOS
nosu
years ago, to recall to us tae agency really knows about Flor 200 over the month How. during the six.day period !beginning t V totAl Judgment
fact that two of the outltanl1lnldoctor'l
daughters are still living ida.The ever, construction rose from July 27 But the loss ef the 100 pen'rb
here-Ethel L. Battle, toe Commission is sending to 5,700 to 7,600) during this past During this time the Moon w ill F dil.t't fase him. H. drove
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Brevard Avenue, and Helen A. Florida newspapers each week a year for a S3,3 per cent growth( be In its third quarter hn off to a neighboring town,
feature story about some area of ports I the Florida Industrial lighting conditions are sutisfac'
Connell. Whispering Pines Trail where a bank was advertising
the state-to promote a "Va-
er Park. A son, Leon Wilson, cation at Home" Commission and the Florida tory on desirable target areas Kennedy half dollars In return
who wan foreman at Nevtns program. Stale Employment Service. An Atlaa-Agcna will be the for 49 pennies. He cashed
We don't argue with the program
New home. and launch vehicle thom all In and took home
Packing House for many years, we love to vacation In apartments,
tied nut too long ago. Florida, but we feel the com mis. initial 1 activity on a large missile Tho primary obective of this with him $10830 In Kennedy
emit should be a little more ac complex accounted for most of mission is to obtain pictures of hall., dollars: plus 31 cents he

We've had so many calls and curate or residents will be disappointed this hiring activity. the Moon which will\ Identify r/ had Uit.S .
Trade employment remainedat fcatuiei one/tenth as largo ai ho showed a profit but
remarks about that story that
9,500 for the month. Whole. are visible with the best Earth. ,' a t.1lt slopping there. The
we'll try, once In a while to reprint The recent: story about the Indian w
other stories about okltimes River Region" of the state" role tiulo firms decreased pay- based photography .. : 'L 1 t te man Is planning a trip te Sweden
or about events of yesteryear in says "In Florida's Indian River rolls by 200 during Muy-June If all goes well television .;") ,I t i iH this summer and ae he's
litusville. region, a land of contrasts due to seasonal layoffs in citrus cameras aboard Ranger will going te take Ms 213 Kennedy

We usually wait until we have stretching from Titusville to packing houses Retail employ- photograph the lunar suifuce ,,1- hill dollars along with him.It .
an anniversary edition, and we're Stuart, beautiful tropical Jungles ment added 200 workers as department during the final minutes of pl apices that they're really
already making plans for one to nestle undisturbed a few miles stores and restaurants flight before[ the spacecraft hits (H sought.afltr' Items In Europe,
appear in our 85th year-In 1005. from the desperate frenzy of experienced some seasonal gain, the Moon. The TV aignals will with; tlie: going rale as high
Cape Kennedy." the report points out. Several be tiansmitcd to Earth tracking as $S spied

A note of welcome for a new This is all\ true, but read the large department atones will be stations( and recorded on mag.netic Ii o.iw.. ..L .... #._ 4.\Ij 1 Ss It may prove that the
feature "North Brevard Pro- paragraph about Titusville: opening in July and August resulting tape and 35mm film. Photoerapth man, who- thought 'h. would
"Titusville is citrus in in will be released 24 to TOP TREASURE HUNTERS Johnnie son, third with 20 "nuggets" and Stevie
flics", by Bill Lyerly This Is the a packingand employment gains be mean In giving the property
Loud, one of the "cashiers" for the City Gelslei, second with 22 "nuggets". The
kind of work Bill enjoys doing shipping center and la an important this category 48 hours after Impact.A owner 15 pounds of pennies
Recreation recent treasure hunt in awarded for each
Dept's youngstei were a
and we're going to make it a gladiolus: growing center Finance, Insurance and Real successful mission will pro penny may have dons the owner
shown off the three top winners of nugget and an extra ten cents for findingthe
paying
of the Star Advocate Being the railhead for shipments '
regular feature Estate groups have been active vide information of scientific a big favor plus helping
the special event. From left are Matt most (Carlson Photo).
Bill about the to Cape Kennedy, Titus '
as moves this year New banks and real value concerning the Moon's pay his expedite on a nice
North Brevard area, Interviewing ville Is also the focal( point for estate developers accounted for' surface Tins data will\ support Storey, first with 23 "nuggets", Jeff Carl-! summer cruise,

people, on whose shoulders much fast'growing business and industrial most of the 29,4 percent employment -- -
. civic work rests. Bill is going to activity, Titusville In gain over last year in this .
\ try to cover a wide variety of .also a popular stopover for June
category ((1,700 in 1963 to
people over the next many weeks yachtsmen traveling the Intra-
2,200 by June 1964)).
-who knows you may be the coastal Waterway. A 67-acre
4 next oneIEverytlme I park beside the Indian River Manufacturing and Engineering .

t provides a yacht basin and swimming Service firms depending on HURRY !
Federal contracts in "servicin
we ride on Broad pool"
Street east of Washington we There is no doubt but we're a and check out" within the mis. ;: '
say a little word of praise for citrus packing and shipping center silo program, have added 1,000 "
R. Nelson and his son, Ed, for but the only gladiolus, we workers in 1964, mostly in the
the work they're doing on prop- know that are growing in this beginning of this year Current \
erty Just north of Broad area, are ingrandma's bach- hiring has been limited to firm -- t1'There's
They've taken over all of that yard Note to' the writer of the with new contracts (primarily

property, have torn down the old article quoted abover the gladiolus housekeeping) and new firms In a great buy
houses and other smaller buildings business here Is a part of the area. :
filled it in and are about yesteryear. There were a coupleof Presently, apioximately 21,800 "
ready to lease or develop It, huge such "farms" on North persons are employed in the
These men, along with C. R, Merritt Island several years ago, missile program in Drevard
McCotter, who has filled In the but they went out of business County
riverfront a short distance to long before NASA made the first for
the north, are showing great MILA purchase. waiting you
faith in downtown Titusvillc, And we're still looking for the
that area Is the basin itself.
yacht
Perhaps someday we can ace 67-acre park that provides a
their dream come true-a revitil yacht basin and swimming pool" .
Iced downtown riverfront area. Sand Point la a nice park-at Aw, come on fellows, Come
at least the portion being used down and lee us once In a while -
Enjoying watching ABC bring for recitation but the only and, you'lknow\ what we haveIn at your Chevrolet dealer'sChevy
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Dear Ann Lanlen: I'm I 20- would have suspeHcd of such .rooo ttii 41 ...it U 'h :I:

year-old blonde'Who 1* all mixed behavior.; UBerlnf.AKtto,. "* 4S 4. 1

up. My dad Is a golf pro. I've So picas stop giving parents 4 China, *t*

been playing golf since I wag such stupid advice. Urge them to DOWl'IJ' 1.1 j" .
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ilx. I thoot a pretty spectacular keep a close witch on their l."U

game which 1 II part of my prob teen-ageri read their diaries,

lem. 1 can cream all the fellows listen to their phon. calls and parently feel it it Is rude to BD IN ANT WAT THEREBTl'

In our crowd Including my follow them occasionally to see walk out ahead of a woman. How You and each of you are hereby
required to appear on the Sth day of
steady guy.Howie if they go where they say they about this? Dixie. Aui-ual, IBM. at 1:30:: a'clnck P.M.

hate jt when I beat him are going Dear Dixie: It Is NOT Impolite before CoUail',tha Florld..t circuit Court the of Mravard Brancb

but I can't do le.ua'I than my best Check Check, Check. If I'd for a nun to precede a woman Co"rlho"oe. and .how/ cause ROCKLEDOE way las pra.y Florida ,-

when I get on the course. I beat been smarter about these things out of an elevator. In fact, it of Ih, Petition .d. :"Ih' alatea

llowle at tennis, too, which 1 II I could have prevented my makes no sense for a man to obstruct entitled granted and proceeding the bond therein not rteaorlbed b*- ... -

rather he the for and the proreedlnira author-
embarrassing as con. doorway, waiting
daughter from wrecking her life loins: the luo.nce validated SURE LIKE TO MEET SOME THEYLL Nl7TCUS /
alders himself an expert and has a woman to snake her way and. confirmed, '.I'.I" :bendP; I oon.latIni (1THEPRETTYGIRLON
-L. L. L. of Four Million On. Hundred WOW! LOOKATALL OP THEM! 1 HOPE THEY'LLNOTICE / ALL RIGHT
taken Eaton around him.
for
years. EI hIr-fly. Thouaand Dollar USI
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Dear L. L. L. Your daughter's :
: Good lN6.ona.Oli) Exrl. Taxe. Revenue 1 HAVE NOfEAR,
manners arc commonsense
I'd like to Howls but
marry predicament U a symptom of Hondt. dated May 1, 1984, maturing E BEACH! ADMIRAL...
he becomes so sullen and un- The people by the door In the year. IMS through 1111I4, In- v
earlier emotional If ,., .., t ti
duet
problems should walk out bearln Inl.r. at not exceeding (
first male
communicative when he loses to or the hr gal rate, payableaemlannually
there had been genuine com :
I wonder If could have female. a more particular w NV
me we a muniralion( you would not have dewHptlnn I of said beln* (r f
good life together.The .contained the Petition filed In tha v ._rA
discovered what she Landers .
"suddenly"
Ann proceeding.DON
will be
glad to
guy has a dozen marvelous was really doing. ( and ORDERED at Tito.- )0I-
qualities and I'd hale to help you with your problems vllle, lanyard County Florida, tbla : : g
No parent ever kept a child on Send them to her in cars of this tbe I diy of July, 1M4.
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break up with him because of / Win. O. AkrldgeJudge
tho right road by spying, check. newspaper enclosing a stamped, of the circuit Courtof a
this on? fault. What do you the Ninth Judicial. circuit
Ing, or eavesdropping. Gestapo self-addressed envelope. of Florida, alaEnESwAfi'oEAUTIFULI
say? Three Under Par. tactics destroy confidence. County In and for Brevard Z r 1.21

Dear Three: Play doubles with IU THB CIRCUIT COURT NINTH July IS, 10, IT. Auf. S (Mon.) 11164.NOTII'I'J a:
If the child feels his
Howie and make parents JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or: FLORIDA W. .
as your partner have low opinion of him, he IN AND FOR IIHKVAHO YES WElUITHINKItLPUT [ IN 1
ii COUNTY IN Roth,'. I I. ivn that the m THE REFRIGERATOR, NATURALL'I t
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him look good instead of beating '' CHANCBnT.: '
will do his'best to lJv> down to ,:Man undoralfned -:1 r.,1 to ana.*. In Q'f VAN DABBLER ABERNATHY MY FAINTING AWAYUNTILTOMORROW. \J PONT.WANTITTOSPOIU. / j
his brains out. No builnem at 114 Julia ,
more ORDRH TO HAW AreS Mraat Tltua- ISNYTHAT INSTEAD OP .
it. villa, Florida, under the }
CITY Of name of
head-on competition. When TITl'HVILLK a munlclKillty / I PAINTS 00
you "Th ,
Book Nook"
-' In tin. County of Bravanl, Intend to mrlater rl ANEW WHERCI
win lose. : of Florida, th* Bald nama with the Clerk of the t
you aPelitlo..r TECHNIQUE?
Dear Ann I'm Circuit Court of Pretend. TOrUSE
: a young woman Florida. County, IIII (i DKOP
who works in a building which VI Harry O. JnhnBon CATSUP I ?
Dear Ann Landers: You have STATIC! OP FLORIDA, and the Jnh.fa. t. Johnnon MUSTARD 1s
has elevator I'm in and out
an ,
Taxpavura
Property Ownxr* and July 18 an. IMon.i
often stated that should 27. Aug. S ( 1M4.
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parents of the elevator at least 15 times ClllE.n. of th CITY or Tltuavllla, I EGG
not open their children's mail, Including non-rnnidnota owning; WHITES
a day because part of my job Is proprrly or subject to taxation AND
read their diaries, through tharaln y
go delivering dental material from R. ;' I If you have real' estateto OLIVE
bureau drawers or listen to their TO THB TATB OP "tOIUDA.; OIL1c
the la J. THROUGH 1 1ti e7
telephone calla 1'1nt'N'' ATTOKNKr -
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JUDICIAL
This Is all high-5lunding indeed Is it considered poor manners CIRCUIT OK. SAID STATE, TUB sell or if } e

but if I hadn't been sucha for a man to get out of an elevator MKVKHAL TAXPAYKRIt PROPERTY AND CITIZKNH OWNEHlf. OHTHK ,- you are

blind fool my l0-year-ol d first when there are women CITY OF Tiri'aVII.LK' :,

daughter would not be In the behind him? Often I've been in RKMIDKNTS FLORIDA: INCLUDINO OWNING PROP.NON. looking for choice real

Florence Crlttenton Home for the rear of the elevator and the 1CRTY OR iniBJKCT: TO TAXATION ta tr I te
THKRKIN AND
unwed mothers this men in front of me just stand OTHeRS: HAVINO OR CLAIMING ALL '
at very minute estate 1''l' 'J'
there Instead of getting out first. ANY RIGHT, TITI.R' OR INTKH. use our classified 411 :
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IN I'ROPKHTY TO IIB AF-
Even when I say, "Excuse me, FKCTEO BY Tile: IMHIANCR HY
I had no Idea she was sneaking THE CITY OF TITt'aVILLB,
please, they still gland theretet.t columns.
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around behind back crawlIng FLORIDA OF BONDS HRRKINAFTKH : -
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my nailed to the floor. They ap- : MOUE PARTICI'I.ARLY
out the bedroom window, DKRCltlRKD.. : OR TO UK AFFHCT11:48 -
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and In her pajamas at that. I

When nhe: told me she was pregnant ( TELEVISION itt

I fainted This girl was GUIDEMonday

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Army Engineers in Jacksonville Colonel Parfitt said the bid this contract, according to the foot-deep Barge Canal under this from a minimum of 150 feet Inland Inglis Locks are scheduled to be ooao00o
have set Sept. 3 as the date opening in September will be for Army Engineers. contract will be across virgin to 400 feet on the Gulf end under construction before of the : : Ttr!
I for bids a $3.5 million end of 1869, to the V Phone 267-4331 I Utl:
opening on according
a 9.5 mile long stretch of the All of the work is located In land just south of Yankeetown., where the canal flares into the KS0'00:
Excavation job on the Gulf of Crops of Engineers. Leant .
western end of the canal extend Citrus County.Successful the western terminus of the canal. Gulf.Other tls.$6
REPAIRS .
Mexico side of the Cross Florida contracts are expectedto When completed, the 187-mile- PAY TAXES. ETC.
ing from the Gulf of Mexico bidder on the job A of the work will
Canal. portion be awarded later this year or long canal from Jacksonville to I
Simultaneously, it was announced easterly to a point IVi miles will be required to excavate at extend into the shallow Gulf of early next year for two of the Yankectown will have five locks Southern 1 Loan (
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that about 2,500 feet from the U. S. Highway 19>> least 200,000 cubic years of material Mexico to the natural 14-foot locks on the barge canal, for which will 'stairstep" vessels 14* S. WASHINGTON LLI
of the eastern end of the barge bridge across the Withlacoochee monthly and complete tho depth, a distance of several start of work on the Rodman across the summit section of
canal has been completed south River. Some 4.358.00 cubic yardsof entire; job within 24 months. miles. Dam and for one or more highway the state and assure control of
of Palatka where the canal sand will be excavated under A portion of ere cut for the 12- Bottom excavation will vary Bridges Tho St. Johns and water level In lakes and streams. I Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
leaves the St. Johns River and -- -
goes inland. Work on one of two
contracts awarded last winter on 1-
..-. ,,. the eastern end of the canal has ENJOY THE HAPPY P' .FREE -,
been virtually completed and the

ahead work on of the schedule second, according contract to is I DIFFERENCE .1 I 6 ounce ........-....-.I.vl'A'HERE .IL t .1
District Engineer Col. H. R.


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Ranger arrived at Cape Plus FREE 6-es. package of lologna!
Kennedy June 21 after a four
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Impact area will be an area I a4.' ...r ml fwdlM. 30 degrees above to 15 degree Fofger'i INSTANT COFFEE ti a
below the lunar equator on the 10-ox. for $1.39 r
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launch vehicle and Goddard Strawberries Regular Silo w Ij1'1": ".
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I ITS JULY FOR HOT WEATHER .- :- WANT ADS FOR RESULTSCLASSIFIED TODAY'SBEST




BUYS

For RentAPARTMENTS CLAMOR GIRLS"Everybody For Sale Help Wanted Mobile Homes

AD RENTALS
THERMOFAX COPY machine, FEMALE HELP WANTED TRAILERS FOR SALE
INFORMATIONI'nMtralton FOR RENT make offer, 267-6921.
EXPERIENCEDSALESLADY': it A limited number of furnish

... DtIr: ..,- UNFURNISHED, 2 BEDROOM _p I IL FINE WATCH and jewelry repairing wanted for part time work HATES ed and unfurnished rental
I'nMtralton" For Wed It FN apartment. Not suitable far Jay Bee Jewelers, Indian Fredrick's Stare TRAILER SALES available. Don't be disappointed
II A.M. gat. Fo.Ion.! Publication small children. 2672533. River City, Indian River Plaza.
------------ MALI NIL WANTED New and Used Mobile Homes by waiting too long

WART AD RATES NEW UNFURNISHED. 2 bedroom L 1W1'lo ENGRAVING( AND bead restrln'ing. 8210 E. Colonial Drive before calling.
I Beau fnr ward apartment, tile bath central Jay Bee Jewelers, India DRY WALL finisher, hand or tools ,
Minimum China lOa heat and alrconditioned. Adult River Plaza Indian River Plaza. top pay, piece work or hour, 287- Orlando 277-9671 GOOD INVESTMENT\
only, $110( monthly. Near Pirtle 4236 after T p.m.

ALL CLAdMrlKD' ADS Plata.: 267-l9t8. V2J; 1JM BREVARD COUNTY MAPS, prepared ---- 30' COLONIAL trailer with Dew Buy DOW and build later.
PAYABLE) IN ADVANCH by State Road Depart, SURVEY pARTY chief, expcr- cabana, $1600; trailer only $Bi0.:
Eiuapl KaUbllahad AgaountCU t BEDROOM': UNFURNISHED, merit. In two sections Sold at traced in land surveying pre Call 2674989. Large hometitea In expand.

quirt location, aircondlUoned, Star-Advocate office or mailedto ferred. Apply in person 418 ing area. Nice letting; close-
..iried Dlaplay R.t. AyallabU stove refrigerator, $110 month. any address In the US. for South Waging. USED 2 BEDROOM. Very reasonable in, but still retains pleasant
on Hrqueitny 3. 267.4127.APARTMENT. 5Ua (per set). Mail remittance -T MALI-----OR-FIMALI Call Ted Confortl. 267.1251. country atmosphere. Lots

mar.Advooale retIU the to Star-Advocatt, Drawer A. Ttusville. -
0' revlplnR 0' nJeeclge NEW one bedroom, I are slightly larger than an
prlvtlep Fla.NATIONAL SALES MEN & WOMEN MOBILE: HOME OWNERS
idvntlmmmt which It any attractively acre In size. Paved streets
For Home decorator field. Exclu
obJlCllon.ble of and any to.4..tI..m.nt chance. the Near Fiche Plaza, $125: ,CASH register fill: sive new product. Experience ia LIVE RENT and good water. Total priceof
ordered to conform Mthn 1304 Palmetto Aveaue electric cash register, $160
from that :
color harmony helpful, but nol $2,993, 10% down.
of t thin .
policy papanThe tables and counters, mannequins,
8tar-Advocata will not barmponalbla 2 BEDROOM furnished daily maid O I necessary, Protected territory'
for mora than one laoornct service. Weekly monthly 267 / racks Barr Wholesale US W with opportunity for dealer fran FREE! RIVER FRONT HOME
Insertion no* will It fcallabla 4103. Central Ave., Orlando. chise. Liberal. commission and
for error In advwilacmenta _
to any a Greeter m"Bt IJh;n I FURNITURE DISCOUNT SALES, bonuses. Furnish backgroundand $20 down payment and $20 a Directly on the Indian River,
of Ibo on pl y RIVER GARDEN Apartments-op month will buy own full
the coal Spore II I clearance sale on all mercban references Box A, Care Tltusvllle your
the Item In the advwUniiMnl. posits Howard JohMon'i, furnIshed I disc floor. while It Star-Advocate, ere mobile home lot at beautiful close to new NASA causeway

and unfurnished, 2 bed ... ,I on Garden Hurry St. Nld Lake Louise Estates. Neat 2 bedroom home
lasts. 2111 ,
BuilneM Office 89 Mala Mraat room, air conditioned. Sydney ::e.. Instructions Become your own landlord.Don't overlooks a new bulkheadand
Center 267-5733 or 26'
Dial. AM T-0u: i Shopping ,
Realtor 1141 S. Hop. tear rent receipts each
Schwartz ,
up !
Office lloura 8:00: to 8:80 G\ 1926. dock. Large completely
king Avenue. 2674100. : month. Many families now reside -
PIANO LESSONS.
Fully qualified
landscaped lot. The location
.lIIo r.I..a.. In
beautiful trailer
our community
UNFURNISHED 3 room apartment j ,I ELECTRIC SHAVER service onall teacher. Beginners and up. 267- visit ua and see for and waterfront gives this

alrconditioned. central eta lus when makes Jay Bee Jeweler, 9282. figK.NDERGARTEV yourself the finest self-owned home lasting value. An ideal
NoticeSALE are ,rotor to lUrfiyour : I Indian River Plata.PRACTICE .
Special and you
kitchen
beat, lovely range trammer1 I,' Central Baptist motile home park retirement home or a fine
refrigerator, yard maintenance Church, Registration August 17, 18, LAKE LOUISE ESTATES
SALE SALE I provided. Adult couple only, '. I PIANOS 19. Phone 267-0382 or 267-2848. on East Orlando Estates Road home for the small family.

All Aluminum hurricane awnings.Beat 267-4587. food playing condition prices start Blthlo, Florida Rt. 50 Priced at $18,500. Let us

the heat. 2677908. For Rent For Sale "J at $9S. Mobile Homes Phone 568-2761 show you this fine home.
APARTMENT OR trailers. Weekly KIRK SCHOOL OF MUSIC 1 orALLEN

mal.f monthly rates, adults only 2126 W. Tropic, 267-6385Hctp .
ROOMS FOR HINT A1RCO" OX-Acetylene welding; REALTY
584 Garden. More?
and burning torch and regulator, TRAILERS FOR RENT R. R. No. 1, Box 364 Why Pay

old COMMERCIAL BUILDING ; ROOMS FOR rent with kitchen Hone, tips, and tip cleaner $85y Wanted 9 Milts N. Of Cocoa
7
GIVE AWAY pups' BEDROOM a/c 50 10 3 Bedroom 2 tiled baths all
\ privileges. Call 287-0610 before 267-1464 -- --- 2 x awnIng Cocoa 636-3790 ,
Old Dixie Hwy, 267-OW2. :
3167 FOR RENT or lease, store space, 5, after 5 287-8868. __ WANTElTNIGHT driver. Safeway I on private lot. Couple only. Directions Route 50 1 mile Westinghouse Homes

GIVE AWAY kittens: all colors; 20 x 60 ft., or suitable for of iTlORSE TRAILER, top condition!, __Cab Co 29 2i. Palm 267-242: 267-1278. past Blthlo Cutoff
76 Fern 267-2560. fire Located Magnolia Plaza, LOW RATES, clean private rooms all lights/ 2 spare tires. Dick
.. $125 monthly, 267-1921 for work men. 2676185. Richards, AM 7-2019 after S p m. EXPERIENCED teletype ettnI TRAILERS POll SAL
(Centlmied en Next Page)
PURE BRED German Shepherd I tape puncher wanted. Inquire at
puppies, reasonable. 267-6617 DUPLEX FOS, RENT CLEAN ROOMS, working men, $9weekly m-OF bypassing closet doors Titusville Star-Advocate. FLAME: $145 and take over e
18 N. Palm Ave -- --- -- ----
---- ---- ---- up. with track and fixtures, fits 4. payments of 7006. Oakpolnt '
APPALOOSA AT STUD. Permanent 2 BEDROOM, alrconditloned duplex 2670234. foot opening, $\0. Portable bed FEMALE HELP WANTED Park. 2679952. wH f.
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registered, foundation bred. range refrigerator and guard rail for small child, $2.
Horses for sale. Singleton/ and draperies. Adults preferred. 267- $12.SO PER PERSON, per week. 2G7-2JO) WHITE GIRL, experienced check 45 x I HOUSE TRAILER, completely Featuring' Westinghouse" central -
Rocket Motel I, Mime I Phone 267- er. Laundry and dry-cleaninj I furnished will sacrifice
Road. AM 7-2338 after e 0709.
Dairy ,
heat and air conditioning I
plant. 267-4361 after six 2S7I -
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267-3974 3097. MOTORCYCLE, 19 lIarleJ.D..iIOD. for $1400, tasht Phone 267-5933. r
HOUSES FOR RENT duo-glid.74, full dress. |750\ I 0983.=:. ducted to every room. The lovely
SLEEPING ROOMS and efficiencies -

kitchen features the hand-
Boats For Sale 267-3133after_ 3.30: p.m. I SECRETARY, EXPERIENCEDonly
for rent 801 Orange SL 287-
e ROOM HOUSE, kitchen fully Continents
eq Westinghouse
good typist, distaphono, some
uipped. Find S DepartmentStore 3400 REPOSSESSED Jewelry varied duties permanent fringe TOP SOILFILLMARL Range, breakfast bar and complete .
17-FOOT Covia run-a-bout w/40 h.p.. AM 7-4424. balance I only Jean's ,
electric start Johnson, Murray -- ---_______ WAREHOUSE FOR HINT Big Apple Plaza. benefits, open local contractor. I set of beautiful cabinets

trailer, cover and many extras. Z BEDROOM carporte, utility"room APPRO"xiMATELY'l800- --- _Phone for appointment i 267692 Gleaming white terrazzo floor
Used only 4 hours Call 2677283. stove and refrigerator Conven: NEW 57. GOLF CLUBsTcolfcraft Pro line e.
QUALIFIED TYPIST to learn tape throughout. Large utility room
lent to Cape. 267.5733 or 267-1928 ft. with air conditioned paneled glass shaft, 1 and 3 woods, 3
CABIN CRUISER, 7l>' inboard: flb- 438 Highland Terrace. office $125 monthly on years thru 9 Irons. $80. 2671903. punching. Minimum 60 word For Complete Service large enough for your workshop -
----- ---- per minute, clean. Inquire at Ti-
lets lease. Call 287-2866 267-6317.
erglass bottom, built In 1962, or 00 and laundry. Picturesque
than 40 hours running time. Will 2 BEDROOM, 1 bath phone 267- GLASS SHOW ease 70 x 1$ inches, tusville Star-Advocate. CallFRANK 1 landscaped lot with lots of beau-
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2 SMALL OFFICES and warehouses at reduced for sale
price quick
trade for land, car etc. Owner --0240.- ---_ ___ for rent. 200 square feet, See at 1024 S, Washington. 267- EARN In 4 hours daily what others JOHNS xep Ian tiful shrubs. Only $450 down
267-6441. AND residential 600 can in 8. We will show you how cp"l
COMMERCIAL alrconditloned office plus aq. 3666. and approximately (79 monthly;
17 FT. CR1TCHFIELD, 64, Mark 3 or 4 bedroom house. 1024 S. ft warehouse space. $12 monthly as an Avon Representative Landscaping principal and interest.
500, electric start engine, all ac Waahington Avenue Excellent each }. W. Chlldrf Realty REPOSSESSED': SINGER Write Avon Manager P. 0. Box pays

cessorles. 267-7776 after 5 p. m business location. 1123 monthly, 2675563. Automatic Zig-Zag, like new, make 1406, Eau Gallie, Florida or AM 7-0656 Dayr
Available August 1st. 632.4367 fancy atlches, makes buttonholes call 2547840. h 2 BEDROOM-$8,900 ,
& Const. -- --- WAREHOUSES NOW UNDER con sews on buttons, blind hem, ''WI 111 tMMMX1 LiHer.'a
Building -- --
UNFURNISHED :2 BEDROOM struction. Any size up to 30,000square monograms, embroiders, etc. AU Remember par your Paper BoyJESS a "concrtta" suggestion Furnished 2 bedroom homeIn
residentlali house, electric range, carporle, feet lease. 267-0964.! Industrial without attachments. Cost over call us to handle any mov fine location across from
CONSTRUCTION,
N1DY -
commercial and remodeling and utility room. $80 monthly, or commercial apace $300 new, now only $31: or pay SMALL MOTEL-Quarters lnep.bl.ml I 'Our modern golf course. Large lotroomto
IRC 287-Jrnl. available. $5.80 monthly. Phone AM 7-3330. for owner-manager, good experience
,U years In TltusviUe. Licensed --- -- e tracks equipment, add on additional rooms,
and bonded. Phone AM 72326. NICE 3 BEDROOM 2 baths, Florida WAREHOUSE, suitable for shop income for retired couple. and well trained movers make Owner wishes to tell and has

-- -- -- -- --- room, nice location, $123 garage or storage la center of 1 Very desirable U.S. No. any move a cinch. reduced the price from $12,.

Camping HuntingTAKE monthly. 2672061.ZiED'Ro town. See H. H. Hudson at Star- FREE RENT! I 1 frontage, room for additional I 000 to $8,900 .

M furnished : Advocate. units.COMMERCIAL. Think of
YOUR vacation in a Florida $23 weekly.Adults.

camper. Make reservations now.Call 287-0933. For SaleWESTINGHOUSE While You Qualify! Ideal to MODEL HOME

Double J. Campers, 267-1384. NEW SMYRNA BEACH completely i FIDELITYAgent
BR.1-237 Coronado convert into office
""" S $100 space All new home with centralair
I furnished, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Model 280 52
Child Care Vfe block from beach. Weekly, window air-conditioned, Dun- 3 BR-2-267 Coronado $123 W. CHILDRE good location. conditioning and central
monthly or long term, by owner. heat. Beautiful wall to wall
BTU
Model
Therm 3351, 63,000 location
Ideal
WILL CARE for 1 or 2 children In Call MOTEL SITE- -
my home. Mrs. Garrison, 267- 267-5664._ wall furnace, both In excellent ItCALoTOIt eult0tnvwtfS on U. S. No. 1. ALLIED VAN LINES carpet, tastefully furnished

9277.MATUREWl. 2 BATH, 3 bedroom home. Swimming condition. Phone 2673335 or can STORAGE & TRANSFERDAY In French Frovencial. Attractive
pool. 2673564. be seen at 536 Mendel Lane at Real Estate Inc corner lot. Home is
:
: iTE Space
reliable elder Tituevllle 'CONFORTIREAL
C""ry OR NIGHT to sell at $14,000 with
priced
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ly woman will care for young ROOMS FOR NCNT Glen Schlueter 267-6668
infants. $2 per day. 267-0285 -- MULTIVOX ELECTRIC organ, : / f Phone AM 7-0228 low down and FHA and VA
ROOMS FOR MEN. Kitchen privileges also 120 Bass accordion. 267.5525 8 % 1 terms. Furnishings are
TV and washer. AM 122U after 5 weekdays.
KIDDIE KEEPERS p.m. '4iINIf t1 available at wholesale cost to
after I pm. t- t.1
24 HOUR SERVICE I qualified buyer.

LOVELY RXM for 2, twin beds, Kids Walk to School!
Open 7 Days aircondittonvd, TV. private entrance TRAILER LOT, 58 x 100, la city, LOW PAYMENTS
5 Days $7.50 and bath. 267-3009. Johnny A. MolesREAL well and septic tank in, $2,700
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Phone 267-9570 PRIVATE': ENTRANCE and bath, <:!JJfJ Attractive 3 bedroom, 1 bath

one or two men, $10 weekly. 267- 193' U. S. No. 1 frontage, zoned home in good location.

For Rent 2090. ESTATE Bl, $26 per front foot. Moms Love the Kitchens! Monthly payments are Just
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AIR CONDITIONED SINGLE or 412 Lincoln Avenue Titusville 184' x 202' U. S. No. 1 frontage, r $6535: : including taxes and

FOR RENT double. Reasonable. 267-4103. Phone Day or Night 267-7339: toned BA Automotive. \ Insurance, Horn Is com

-- Call JUANITA MALOTT pletely furnished includingtwo
Floor, Sanders, Pollihen ENVELOPES = Business l Sizes 165' U. S. No. 1 frontage, riparIan atlie -
and wash.
Phone'AM 7-3255 Also Kraft Envelopes with clasp HOUSES rights, will l sell, lease, or refrigerators
build to suit. Dads Relax In Comfort! ( 4 er. Total price Is $10,100
for Full stock
at Star-
FACTORY PAINT OUTLET mailing.
1. NEW AND USED homes available In Forest Hills, Lenore with $1400 down
Baldwin Shopping Center Advocate. and IRC area. Priced from $10,950 to 20900. WHITE ACRES Sewers, city
water, trees, sidewalks VA,
Z, NEW MODELS now under construction In new subdivision F1U, and Conventional financing HUNTER---- '. EXCLUSIVEORIOLE

OUT OP city limits. Large lots with water, ewer and side ; COURT
walks. ,..1| PRICED FROM
NEW 3 BEDROOM, M bath, PARK HOMES $16,200 FHA Exceptionally fine home in
Some lake front lots available Call to reserve your lot now central heat, corner lot $14,400

I II $430 down. $108 monthly payment IN BEAUTIFUL WHISPERING LAKES exceptionally fine location.
Interest 3 bedrooms 2 baths, fire
I including principle
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE AND ACREAGE INDIAN RIVER CITY 267. 221
taxes and insurance. place, an electric kitchen In

1. SOUTH OF MISTS, East side of U. S. No. 1. 225 ft. Price NEW 4 BEDROOM, 2 bath, pastel pink, good shaded

117, 00 29%; down. large living room double car lawn encompassed by chain

2. 20 ACRES, Route 46 loncd for trailer park. Excellent location porte, central heat ducted for "North Brevanft Oldest Real Estate Service" link fence. Reduced by

$2500 per acre with 29% down. air conditioning $16,700 $700 transferred owner to $19.500,
Nowacceptingteaaappllutldnste Sept down. $123: monthly payment
down with fHA terms.
$000
sccupancy.Tin beast moil dailiibl 3. LOTS, priced from $1350 up. Cash or Terms. Including principle, interest,
and moil modes ipirtmtnt buildmi, taxes and insurance C n
till Novi Moon litt-Cipi Kennedy NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: 10 FHA APPROVED LOTS nan" 'uflabt ex ACREAGE
SUCH P.I. Pool t I bedeck Indiyiduil, NEW 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath, central
IIr-condltlonlnllnd htilinf. Fishing - - heat ducted for air conditioning it 20 acres of high rolling Iud
rte and lost OtcM a 'tt tla,tcrfinadtarncai $14.900. $450 down, bath telgaae I Iwe close to South Lake just out

til bedlam apartments $111 per month including l I principle : + M AM rfltl side city limits Ideal for*
Childran'i and
LUXURY: nerreinaledry and Insurance.
Interest t taxes
,
stofifa each door N Utiliufint, SEE OAKWOOD TODAY development. Priced to sell,

cocktail lounia I eoHia shop hopping ATTENTION NEWCOMERSTO at $t500 per acre with good
arcade Melding and fitly Room NEW 3 BEDROOM. 2 bath ; terms.DANENBURG.
FOR. SOLITTLE Putting Cittn and Shuflltbond. double car I
SUBDIVISION large living room
MOBILE HOME porte central heat, $16.000, ,
_
weretyWr._rift eppAnew I-m..lf $GOO down $119 per month including TITUSVILLE!
@ hoins S mod.. dSitMWsensiow Featuring: principle interest,
-:SIhbvlses': .11500Ale. taxes and insurance.
'
...tehleeee-hwe. .bd,4e. nose end 1. If you are considering purchasing a home in North
"......nod.ade dape/e. I T NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath attractive Brevard, why not save time, money and aggravationby
LARGE 75' x 110'LOTS LARGE POOL front $15.3>0. $500 .,
having of trained professional sales staff
down, $112 per month Central) one our ,
STUDIO 1 & 2 BEDROOM RENTAL APARTMENTS WITHCENTRAL SHUFFLEBOARDHORSESHOES heat payment Includes principle conduct your family on a complete tour of our area.
I interest taxes and insur We have homes in price in nearly
every range every
WATER Etc.
UNFURNISHED FROM 1,00 MONTHLY III r Pdthee: ) trace section of town. Financing to suit your budget is also

e NEW 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, available. Occasionally we even have an excellent I

$13,600. down payment $800, rental. I

$95 DOWN $35 MONTHLYTO monthly principle.:payment Interest$114 including taxes 2. FOR SALE Out of city limits. Three bedroom 2 REALTY

and insurance. bath. Price 1425000. Low down payment. YOU

IMPERIAL"TOWERS REACH OAKWOOD: From Titusville go north on NEW 3 BEDROOM, > bath. Con- CAN QUALIFY.tOranCo 1914 South

U. S.1 to Mims. Continue north on U S. 1 for one more ventional financing. $17.300 WashingtonAM

mile to our entrance on right. For free Informationcall down payment 1.IJ00.. monthly 7-3858
ayment $141 includln'lrlJto & 'U/nJ/aJ
tit.,. IIIftIf 2675586. ciple, interest nway ,9nc.
r.HIICIOf/ I ITherf buyer and n0er UJed
sura
DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY! nCI. REALTORS INSURORSDial

CMldre Realty jl and let better and (aster..me.Fags *
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I --- Continued From rTereeding Page Mobile Homes I Real Estate I Real Estate Real Estate IN THE COURT OP THE fOtTVTT \OTKK OF RKDRMf'TlO"
II I H'I>lJIC:, 1:<( AND FOR IIKKVARI/ CITY Or TITU VILLE. FLORIDA
LOTS FOR SALTY HOUSES FOR SALE CUCNTY, FLORIDA HKKl'NDINO HOND8. UIIIUIt! ur
In RntM.lau ID4I. KKRIKS' A AND Hn.lni
; REAL OWNER 5 trailer lots, 1 Inside i BEDROOM HOME. Tangelo M., HOUSES FOR SAL HOUIH FOR SAL Iot DUANE W. ROCKWELL.H 6S "n.".. datvd Bfpl.mbar
Mobile Homes City, 4 outside. Make offer. Aawrrd, 1 IMI, and maturing.' ....
AM 73245. $10,850 $600 down, $89 monthly. 0OTlca: or rl Llree pKTlt'lur 1171, and having bran drawn: :r.i! .:
Zeke Evan Construction, 2502 4 BEDROOM I. BATH home In WHISPERING!: HILLS, by owner, 3 H MN \ I. Dlnl II 5KUK; UK nd numbrradi I
Hopkins 287-3387.: Hills. bedroom, 2 bath home, $700 down, "I"'I"TMI III\ Hrrlra % :Nrrlpa A Merlo..5. ,,.....i. A
TMIllkS FOR SAL Moving StorageLOCAL Whispering $1200 down, $17,500 FHA. Large living room, TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CON. 1 284 'U 191
ESTATE monthly payments $117. 287-6943. CERN: 76 :.!III 717S
AND LONG distance move MOVE IMMEDIATELY Into I, S, 2 car lara" Many extras. Nolle I. honey .1... that I have 291 500 l9,
JULY SPECIALS or 4 bedroom homes, brand new LAKEFRONT ESTATES: baa the Phone WT-7145 or 287-2093. fllad my final. return* a* ailmlnl.trairl .. a? am TTI .995
1964 SKYLINE 58 X 10, 3 bed. era. Moving;, storage packing, In area of much higher priced of the '.'.. of Duana W. 05 Mry1
shipping, cold fur storage, crating. homes with advantages you'lllike. Horkwell, dw*...>d; kit I lyre 01 94'I ?'
147
Lot door self defrost
x 2
X-1J-DUPLEX-145 room refrig., Free ..Urn ate.. 2673341.Brevard homes. Small down payment and 3 bedrooms, W baths at TREES? fllad my ...oollllo for final dlarl..._.. 5.1, :: 11.111 IlIlftoR
located on corner of Magnolia deluxe stove and hood .. $4195 only $85 monthly total payment 12600. $500 down $70.38 and that I will apply to Ih. Hunnr 174 Ill' .ll95''
monthly
and Pritchard In Indian River 1964 SKYLINE 46 X 10, 1 bedroom ._ Rldgeway Mayflower._ VA no down payment BRENT- IN FLORIDA, you say' W. haveS able Vlnll H, Conkllai, Cuunl; 04 441 Ml 1USIIII
J, including p and 1., 24 year mort homes left on lots with pints Juili. fit Ilravanl County, riorliVa .. 4U 8U 1117kin
Lot already zoned business. tremendous large bedroom WOOD ESTATES, west on Garden
City. ::
gage. Large lots Just south ef AUIIUI IMa. IM4, for approvial 4Mi KOI nrriIII
Nursing Care and oaks U are looking lora
Excellent building has twin beds modern decor St.,_AM 7.7142 or 832-5655. Whispering Hills Club you in..a. amt 1 for final dlaohari! toi Ira 10**

$160. per month income. Call . .,. ........ $3495 EXPERIENCED PROFESSIONAL- 4 BEDROOM 2 bath, new, lowdown Country horn, not just an ordinary aa admlnlilrairl of lha *.1.'. .I 151 Mil a2i 1011
Route
USED ( 405)). George B. Barley house, but a home plan for your l>un. W Houkwall dMwaaad. tun MM S IINM)
for price terms and appointment TRAILERS care in private home. Arthriticor payment Nicest aectinn In Inc. Tltusvtlle. 287-3622. enjoyment, call today, 3 and F..." K. Hmawi.llWILUAMH IHI (nun UM liiikljIM :: (
19S7 MAGNOLIA 46 X I, 2 bed convalescent. 267. .8969. Forest Hills. 267-3564 _. __ Adml.b0atrls 01 the .1.1. .1 11/18 MM HIM
room with a/e NOW IS THE TIMEr 4 bedrooms, I bath, central: 0..... W, N-who'll. ..........d. sea till V71190

1957 TRAVEL Trailer, land cruls- Plants For SaleLANDSCAPING BY BUILDER. 4 bedroom, central SEE the differentnew beat ready for air. From $8t to UKIl.lrll" No'h'p .Is hereby plven that .tkHy ".
delightfully
Altnrnoy* Cur Ih. '!aiat ( .
( ol
I : silo monthly Including very- 'Ily Tlttl.viii.
air, oil heat, wall-to-wall carpet homes In Colonial Heights. FHA-Iow VA-no P. o. HOD sisMrlbour. *, Hlal: *"o'Ir.d, : .. haa euO.dIn ;
B-30 RESTAURANT Complete 'MARTIN'S: MOBILE many extras. Large corner lot, 3 and 4 bedrooms all with 2 thing. down ... riorliU. radwrn od pay off the abovnriK.irlhrd -
business equipment, goodwill HOMES SALES NOW SERVING TITUSVILLEB Whispering Hills Road to Greenwood baths. Designed! for the modemfamily down Immediate occupancy.COLONIAL July 17. Au(. a, ID, IT l..n..1) 1004. KondinnR. amh.r 1,464.
HEIGHTS and. that nn aurk dale thr will I).-
good lease. Fully air-con
north. Make the
1224 N. U. S. 1 J NURSERY I blocks and their many needs by CROWN BUILDERS romi, sod h* ,du. a..1 payable upon
ditioned with a seating capacity north of overpass COCOA 632-2927 terms with Masonry Inc., 267 an architect specialising in this UNITED: IIATBr rarh nf raid Honda., al the nfflr efHr.t

and Wine for 50 license.people. Owner Also Beer will Tltusville 267-3081 HWY 820. 3* MI. WEST 5494. field. From $98 to $110 a month 267-8671. COURT FLORIDA MIDDLE ORLANDO DISTRICT DISTRICT 011' C'hluaa, Natlnnnl everything included Immediate DIVISION .
thnvof value"
ad"ara-
at
sell for $6,50000 with good 30 FOOT HOUSE trailer, completely Real Estate MIMS TWO bedroom cement occupancy little or nothing Real Estate Wanted CAME NP). U-KI' OKU. CIVILNWTira U..4 I..t Smm par .lIoh amount

terms to right party. furnished. $500. 267-1917. block home; large lot! Price down. Call t today for directions.COLONIAL UNITED: STATES or ( OMiihM Or AMKHICA* ITIOV: unlll auch dm*, No further Intar
.
ACREAGE FOR ALE $5500; Save $2000 by dome little nat will .er" upnn.nv of aalil
extra work. Phone 267-1481. HEIGHTS .v. 1'1.1101111' I"'..'. '.01. ..cl afire HoptwnbAr 1.1WI4. ,
TRAILERS FOR SALE er RENT
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CROWN BUILDERS 1 OR 2 ACRES with or without
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70-ACRE RANCH 30 miles from 267-8621 mill Will I 14114 ACRES: OK LAND. MORR OR Sal,' Rnnda, having. boon lawAlly
Acres with 330 feet of building. cash
C.61-5 3 BEDROOM 2H bathe Florida pay LKHIl. aiTUATB IN
2 BEDROOM trailer with cabana missile base, tt mile on wide HHKVAM1): ) i.rmlnid. by 'lot, must b.
and feet for right price. Box E, Star- (0(11111' sTATe l>r pn..9t.4ter
river frontage 330 2 kitchens 2 inch well, KLOHIDA ,
and Florida room, carporte, on St. Johns River remote room, 2. 3. and 4 BEDROOM homes, with Advocate. AND NiCTTIS) ITI'JTLICK HUH- roilrmptlon and pynint,. at
of County Road frontage. One location: wall to wall j (living and anld offlvaa. armimpanl.il all
carpet by
large lot. $125 monthly Oakwood tops in natural i beauty, and without air conditioning. Zeko KIN, ot .1.I ;.
>
the oaupona maturing i>t mb.r I, 1M4.
of the few small tracts in dining area) aluminum gutters Dafandanl...
Trailer Park, 267-6060. a good group investment opportunity Evans Construction Co. 2502 So. s and aubxqu.ntly.Hy .
I .
TOi John Maeilk wkoa. .
area. Priced right with good and downspouts, wired In radio n.ld.nvand at
I at $340 per acre, terms. Hopkins, 267-3267. wbaraaboula. .. ordrr of Ih. city Council the
terms. TRAILER FOR RENT T. W., MITO, Sanford 322.2481 for and TV outlets, some furniture, dUI...( March.* u.lt.ownatl.r and In. City :9'lrd I of )Tltuavllln day nf''' Juno, mat, 1M4.nf Florida.Ihia \. .
appointment. sewer Ideal for nice PAINTING RESIDENTIAL and qulry Tract SH.I3 : '
fI rna income. small commercial. (Ciilma B. Adl. CITY COI'NCIL or TltatITY
SECLUDED AREA, adults only. plus added 3 Licensed Insured and Sons, (' or TITItHVILLR,

C-35-WA'J'ERFRONT' COM Lights and water furnished. No HOUSES FOR SAL minutes from downtown. Call C. Klesling. Colonial Heights r.all..a Ins" and oorporailon.wharaaboula wkoa ar. 'LUI\W.\

MERCIAL PROPERTY on Old pels. Call AM 73268. 3 BEDROOM home, alrcondlU ned: after 5 p.m. 2675431. 267.8970.DRESSMAKING. unknown and Inquiry after dllliant Tract*.arr U2i11 Hy Clavaland' Mn.ger" a Talnmilia.

U.S. No. 1 South of Route 50. TRAILER LOTS FOR RENT family room garage, South Circle WE HAVE several new, 3 bedroom ORIGINAL styling Tha unkaown kalra' davlan ATTPT.c"y: 'C

Good existing building. 9 year Drive, Forest Hills, 18800. 2 bath homes, with immediate\ occupancy expertly fitted, alterations for l.aatMa, and naraonal: r.inantaUva ; City Mitrsarat lurk Conp.r

terms Ideal for Boat Repairs LARGE LOT on private property. $1100 down, $105 monthly P. and $450 down, $91 monthly men's and women's garments. nil.n* of Paraona lha 'Kalal.diwaamwboa cMarahj ) July 31 iMun.) 1M4,

or dockage. I Shade trees and patio. Adults I. Zeke Evans Construction, 2502 pays everything. Call WessnerRealty Lllllen Hudson, 267-3138.: aamaa ndinw: rml 1

only. 2671670. Hopkins 267-3267. 267-712S. whanabout are unknown
afl.r dllliant ..rrk and Ir.-
WANTED, NAMES and addressesof
IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THB
I 3BEDROOM. 1 bath S years old. members of Christian Church, qulrt'K.: MoCnrrt wkm.Tract raHilono, situ NINTH' Jl'PiriAL' OIHCIMT IN
A-67-TREES, TREES, TREES, at 118 Christmas Hill Rd. Best disciples 1 of Christ living In and wharoahnula. ar. unknown ANI mn KRKVAHU: COUNTY

Tall Beautiful Pines at I EMPLOYMENT OPEN DAILY offer. White G, R.: Hansen, 3069 North Brevard. Call 1 Mrs. Bonnie altar alllnt aaarch mil In. CIIANCKRT.'I.I>KIIIA.1 ; No null

$1,00000 an Acre. Own a 10 Grove Rd., Lake Park, Fla. Van Wagoner, qulry. Trant 874M.
I secretary, K. II Wrll.haad who,. soul.dui |
or 20 acre parcel Just off OFFICE 1 9 A.M. 'TIL 5 P.M. 267-7371 or Lenin M. Sparks, and whuroahout. ... u.' MITU TO I iticricxn .
U.S. No. 1. A fifteen minute J BEDROOM, 2tt bath. Florida minister 2676883. known attar dlllii-nt arur,'? A, T. HMHHKrTKR and NONA J.

drive to Tltusville Causeway. 629 Brevard Ave Monday thru Saturday room, In 1 and..Inquiry Tri-l ITS' HOHhMTTKH.and;LOHIIAINh hi. wlfai'! J.rULCUBH.'M. ryLCIIKK -
furniture.: : J 1t11roe'1l: 8, Whlt.h.aJ whoa roal.dn ,.
Call for to
appointment see Cocoa, Florida some "* and whvtvabout an his wOn,
this parcel. ing. 2 Inch well, 1800) sq.( ft., $18- FREEMI unkiowa. after dllls'nt marsh .. PlalnUira. \ ,

SIMI.( Will have to be refinanced L.P. BOTTLED GAS YOUnASSuH4KREDY: : NOTIPIITIU "WARD C. CULVER at al,

Call J. W, Chlldre Realty, 267- INSTALLATIONISuburban that a Complaint In Comlamnai Drfnndall' *.
I 2541. haa krlofor* bran fled In tha 01. TO: TODD CULVER a ilngl' *.,rann -
A.15-YOUR COUNTRY ESTATE Propane fir* of the Clark, olb. abo .. whir raaldnno and mall-
I 10 Acres of nice high S BEDROOM, Itt bath, $300 down, named court In .. acllo U co. Ins .add.. ... la a/a Mr.. Ijiurrnt -
f\ d.... ... Llcklnf, Huffalo. Kmlhl's
rolling land Battered pines ,1' : $95 monthly. Call( Wesimer Realty 2019 U. S.1 N. 267-6411 I kowavar.ntata to.In a faa lillna almpl..u.m.nlafie ..uh.wq knial, ,

I and good water. Within 300 267-7125. ,puhlla rand and hlihwava I rub.ho MANY ni'B CULVER, a mar.
ft. of U. S. No. I, make this ulllltl.. railroad and pliw linen. rind I woman, ...hc..* rcaldanc
tract one of the better -buys. We Are Now Accepting > ;, 3 BEDROOM, IVi BATH, $30000 FURNITURE TOUCH-UP and refinishing In.tk-A1'* nropariy aHacfmd daai lbad In Keltul ,, ; and mulling. address I m UJaKinnllworth
ashes Aurora,
Let one of our experienced : down $75 monthly. Call Wessner also antique work, a part h.....,, (or baralo puhllo) and ua ma 10 hhlll&nau; .
I salesmen show this to you. Realty, 267-7125. guaranteed service 267-8733. "...Id. for tha alabll.hniimt nadrililonal 4RD CULVER: a roar-
'..11111.. for lha ua.. 01 clod man, wkoa raM.nc* mlddraaa :
JOB APPLICATIONS WHISPERING LAKES 4 bedroom PAINTING, expert, reliable and Ika Natloaal Aornnauilii and 111'10. malllng la 1J. Men
I 2 bath, well i centralheat 1 satisfying work Estimate) glad- Admlnlalrallon lo.Hil.nl ,and. for nlht r u,. /nll..r' Mtm t, Aurora, 111.imft'n .
II alrconfauonoo thrl Th land bat neon
I V.48 TRAILER LOTS Pre.I and $'!'MW ly. AM 7-0771. Hi.iil.il I k, Ih. Administrator of Ih. CULVER waoa*
developed price of 179500. down. Take over payments. 267- Naltonal Aaronauilc. and .pan raaldnnoa and malllng addrnaa,
I 10% down holds the lot of your For The 8708. Used Cars & Trucks Admlnliiratlun. for acqulallloa by I. II.'..'.. Illlaoli. c/o Walt.Muwar '.
.
Ih U ll.d mat' for uaa In on". Murk.t W.bat a.
choice. Close when Improvements nartan. wll h NASA I.auoohing Van Burvn Blrn-la,
are In. Central Water, Iff' COUNTY jmOR'tt. OOrRT, 1857! cicb;; : rdlopRand : Mil. |or II..Bad 1.11... 1.lIn.! EDITH: Cl'LVlCH WATTS,
I Paved Streets and HREVAKU: COUNTY. FLORIDA Program (.'. ,. Canaveral Flnrlda. Toll at..v.d HIM*.!, runiitdvnc .
Sewers
NEW SEARSCOCOAROCKLEDGE INIr N.. N.nue II, A-l condition, $373. 267- and lor aurh alkar uaa* >a may b.aUlho.I. Park IIlIn"l. b.ug br ....
River privileges. The only waterfront EiTATB: Or MARdAnBTR M. 1489. .... by Conr.a* or ky I IDUtlv E.. and mallln addraaa;
trailer subdivision ('0 UIM: A-I.: .1... known .. OMar, HKRNARD W, CULVER.whoaa .
I MAKUUKKTR M, MAHOUK.ln 1059 FORT GALAXY. Power Th. for ...hl...* and matllni
within commuting distance to eq authority the taking I. ,In ., ...
M and MANOAHHT M aooordano hl. I. S76 Diaka" MlraM.
Now. uipped.' Air Conditioned Excellent with th Aoi ot fanEra '
Cape Kennedy. Act COLKMAN, DBCKAHKI Mlburiyvlll" 1llnola.CHAHLKK .
** ai>tirov d Krhruary tt, Ml He
NOTKK TO I'" ""IT""* condition 2672473. : Hit, 4U : J. (CULVER whoa
VXC.
teeml .....,.
TO AIL PKRflONM) IIAV1NO --- --- Ada auiplniaitary .. os.nd malllnn iddrnaa
CLAIMS OR 287-4047. | lh.r ui annamvndatory /1.4"i N. Kdwln: .
DJtMAND' AGAINST 1D62 M G MIDGET, phone ihnranf and valor Ih* Hirarl Chama-
.1 lln, '
lAID JCtlTATKI : IlllnolailICKTItl'UU
1
fin-lhar
5S-TWENTY ACRES on Mer- aulhin-lty of lha Act of Conra .
You and aoh of you ar* har..by TRAILER TOTER CVover 144 ton > ipprnvail Aufii.l I, mull |J9 ( CULVER PBIP.PKH '
Island. Perfect for the ,
ritt nollflad and it.i" a&f .. 3ti7 whoa* rr.hl.no* and
STORE raquirad lo flla anyelalma Ford, $475 cash After 7 even ) 11 c. )i till. Act .? .
speculator. Adjoins land or Coniroa* appnsPC July 3 t M milllni adilMai la 114 Gala
zoned for trailers. Near asphalt atlhnr. :flomf: :: J*::hoi*-alnat I Ings. Mobile Manor No. 82. IPubllo. Law SI-MS It *.1st.7a, "MONICA'r.'t. Aurora CULVER, Illlnola KRAM,
aid Hon 42 U.I C MS: Iba. | is), whhk. auth.rla .
and Cement Plants with VIK01L H. CONKLINO, Count WILL TRADE car for lost, motor .. M acqulaltlon nf th. 'land; and Whoa raald.nc. and milllnif
660 feet of good road front. Judi* of Hravard Cnunlv, al hi. of.fie and' trailer 2B7-1320. It/1"'. "' ('n'araaa: anprovad July ..Idr... U 41 II Hani mrat,
$8,500 down with 12 Soon In lha Court lloua* In Tllua- tl, IMI (Publlo;:: Law II-OH), Annual Aurora, Illlnnln' ,
age. Opening vlll. florid, within al. ralindar, --- 14, IIMI (Public Law ST-M4I. Aua JEAN CULVKM BROWCR.whnaa .
year terms. month from the Urn of Ih* flrat Wanted To Buy ass IT, lull (Puhllo/ Law ST-Mil 1 and rraldnniw and ma Ulna;
putilliallon of thla non... Each July u IPubllo Law I/-IMM.) adilnaa I. Siiak M.I b.. Mill. .
claim or dowsed muat .b* In wrlilni whok( 2&'O'I: rnada fundt I avallabla Hoad. 1'.r.lI. Hill. Pa.
and contain Ih* plica "f raaldi' '.''. USED AUTOMOBILES City Auto fur am h purnuara. AND/ 'In:: All unknown atiouar of
V-4S-ESTABLISHED COLOR. and pool otflc ."...... nf the rli...... Part. AM 73686.Work YOU AHil rURTIIBR NOTI- sId a bin* named drfandantu;
CHECK SEARS BENEFITS ant and muat b* .win to by th. FIElhal/ ir you bay any objanl. AM Til, All partlM Maiming la-
ED SUBDIVISION in Oak claimant I hi* or .Uo.".", 0' 'Ion or ....... to ih* tubing of your tonal by, throuih or und. oraialnat
Hill Area. 25 platted lots and Ih* >am. lr"I void. Wanted pnip.rty you ar* raqulrad lo wrva th. ahoy* Hamad pal-
eleven undeveloped.Price Victor C. u...", ..* upon pUlnlirfa/ altorn.y, at tha ad- ural d.f.ndinu not known to
acres 40-HOUR 5 DAY WEEK Aa R: pulor ..1" draaa b h. did or allva,
> of -" aalal' 15 I I raln I daalnatd. within
on entire parcel only Chute M. Kvaratt WHITE WOMAN desires Ironing In Iwaaty dam ari.r Auiuit i IWI4. an AND TO', All partl.a having 'of
$35,000. ANNUALLY Ml S. Orange .A... own home. Monday thru Fri. Anawir M.nlirylni lha proparly In claiming la kav any rlihl, ,
7-PAID HOLIDAY Orlando, ria.Attorney day 207.0171.IRONING whhk you claim l : lo hava an .In- till, or Inlaraal la aad to Ih*
for Kalat 1 lara.l alallni lha nut. ur..nd ... Inllnwlni Mrln4. prrly,
LIBERAL VACATION BENEFITS July 13. 20. 97. Au.. I (Mnn) tM4. ton of ih* .Inlarait clalrnxd and .11..'. I I" Hravaril County,
: IN my horn anytime. ilallng all.. your objaotlon sod A*. nod' ,)., to-wlli
IM57-BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT 207-1428. f."... to Iba Ilk In. of
your
& LIFE INSURANCE PTOIHany. Th. noulh hill of tk. Stouthwiwiquarter
HOSPITALIZATION .
HOME. Perhaps just A lallura ao to **rv* an An.
BE ....., ahall INS ol awls) of Ma.
what you have been lookingfor. SAFE! "AO'rlc5Y: HTKITKII TONriilDTrN oonilllul a eoni.nl to
llvn HU *
th .
EMPLOYEE PURCHASE DISCOUNT r-HTIIKMM YANK' taklni and lo th aulhorliy of
75 210 foot lot hard Ihi Northwaat
x NOTICH IN UK UK HIT GIVEN' lb. Courl tn p.o.to hone lb. quarter |INK
road frontage and bulkheaded that lb. untlorilvnud Inl.nlae action aad II 1k. jut of NW,) of Kmdlun' H.v.n 171.)
with dock. PROFIT-SHARING & RETIREMENT roilnlor Ih. riiiitinui lam. of aalloa: ..J. .=. oonatllul.compan a All in Tuwnhlp.: Tw.nlytouiIlp
river-front private BE SURE! 'KKNNKbr: MANOH" in provl.l.dh ....1... of all ...,."..* and objaol-) 1 ) "..utb. II... Thlr' 11111
Don't overlook this natural (.to.'I.' :)w6J, Acli nt Ih. Florida 'Ions not an praaentad. Hal' Ear! ( l nr.pling from th*
beauty, priced under $20,000. Ilililur of 1941 iMMIIoiWI60 YOU ARB ritHTHER NOTI. ahova .a traol of Th... |e.> aommnr
ol th. Klorlrt. m.llll*. riRU Ibal II you b... no. ohjnttuiaor *. or I.- In Ih. N. 5. Corner
Deal Only Mll'TII. BTHPCBT: MI/7gtl 1! afaiia lo Ih* iklns you may of Ih:* NIB aol.i>4 of th* NW M ul
S.rUoo I i I t. ,
Care |tradlyMil
j lAPARTMICNTM, 1 I IMT M>:: *upon .: :a.aliorai/: i .' -Wf d .. .. fbilowa: .
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FOR RENT 1000 feet of of. SALESMEN AND DEPARTMENTSALESWOMEN M.UIn.' Aadtw& L. K tnln ,ton., ;; + tk* prowrly| $ !UR, 'which .;Yfuft>;;; claim( I. 7'omm.n.r.*, at Inn NK' ....,... of
flee apace I With AREALTOR ll<.. 14.141.TU".II. ka I.(_al.i1, Ml Ih.' .rt.I" tou llba. Jltt 4 of led. NW 14 of Hao
MANAGERS .*. ru. .-.11 raclv noilco ot all procmdInt. II. 1, Townihlp RDuth Rani
July 27. Aug. S, 10, IT Man) 1M4. / affacllni) th' aald' proparty, I M I Ka.lt:. Th.nua run W.al ate
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YOU ARM'UHTIIRR. NOTI. i e llouih W* f..l *
Needed In These Lines Needed In These Lines riKIl that .t the trial of th* I.... Thonc. rum last: 81* furl Thn *
*( Juat compon.allon. whvlhar or run North IIJu I..l to lb. "point
Cameras and Office not you ka.. .......... or ......d a of pomni.nixirMBO. Land I* b*
e Look for this Nnll..f Appaarano. you may aoavryad wilalna 1".62 arm
9 Furniture Equipment Jim praan. anldanr. a* to Ik. amount min or l lam aciorJln I lo U. I.Survey. .
I symbol for your AI of Ih. .omp.*..tlon I* b. paid, for .

41 Shoes a Sporting Goods protection. U signifies 8 I l> \ Holland\ lniara.1 th* proparty and ,In you whlih may you ph.,hav' u fir tha You and nab of you, ar. k.rakynotlflad .

dlatrlbullo of lb. award of that a ault to quid. till 4*
MachinesAutomotive 0 Housewares Integrity na.lln.1OU. oomp. th. ahov "..."1...... property. bus
Sew.
Vac.
V 0 and high professional 'INC. 'AR" FURTHER NOTI. boon II.d aialnil you and you anraqulrvd
a Ladle Ready to Wear standing. Deal only U. 8. No. 1 2 Miles riru thai trial) ky jury *( Ih* laA to '.1I111 *npy ol yuran.w.ri
e North Of Mimi At .u. *Ju.t "".'.naallon I I. da. to Ih* aCompl.Inl
Foundations with a Realtor Only a mindad or plaintiff. on Ih* plaintiff/ .110'''.', H C,
a Rocket Motel AM 7-3007 /arrancla (I. Raarlck' Po. ol Ih. Law Plan al Rotarltor.
Carpeting Realtor displays this seal 1".....,. u. Haarlck Po. P. 0 Ron/ I07S. Eau 0111.,
e Infants Children 'Trial "lto..." Mi.rlila and fll. th. original In Ih*
Plumbing-Heating & iMparimant ol Ju.tlc offlc of Ih. Clark of Ih. ClrcoK
I C Clrll' Wear e Eryan-Conway NEW and USED Lead.. ttlvlalonAliornay Court I. and for Br.vard County,
Winitead, Inc. for Plalnlirt Florida' THuavllla.. Florida. on or
0 Appliance Paint MOBILE HOMES A "r.*., ..*'..r. the lal day of .............
ARROW a e George M. Barley, Jr., Kit N.iroa'CIf.O.ln"n. : IM4 or Dacra Pro Confaaao will 'baIT
Paint Inc. P, O. esten4 .l5.10.'
a Restaurant Sales And Rental -I".rl" It ORUrRRP: : that kla h*
I Campbell Associates, DATED: July 13, 'IM.. publlakml I. th. THuavllla IMrAdvocita -
Inc. July Su, (T, A... S Moa I 1M. a nawapapar of ranorilrlrculillon
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REALTY I J. W. Chlldre, RealtorS rlorlila) naoo aoh weak. for fur
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NON-SELLING DEPARTMENTS Danenburg Beach 12' WIDES I If f you have real estateto 'l WITNKMH th* hand el tho. Clara

2700 S. Washington Ave Realty *l th. Clraull Court Ufavanl
e Duffy's Real Estate 21 Floor Plans now avail. sell Corny rlorlila Ihla Nth day of

Titusville, Fla. e Service Station Attendants t) Tailor e Edwards RealtyEd able In the new or If you are lul,. III<<.

AM 7-7037 Counter Girls Kitties CURTIS R. BARNRI. Clirdnl .
Coffee Agency
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i Don R. Mancini Broker e Harris Realty Inc. Ilyi V. a. ....n.I..

S L. B. Newman estate use our classified / C"U'I 'iq IsrkClreul
Donn Searle Realtors H. ('. ps.RONMCTTEA*
SEARS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE I 10% Down Local Bank FOB
ADDING MACHINE ROLLS only e Sydney Schwartz FlnascinWE columns. Atlorn.ya for plaintiff/

the Stsr-Advocate 629 BREVARD AVE. Old Sentinel Bldg. COCOA, FLORIDA C W. J. Smith TRADE htlJNa Ran P. O.Oallla Ron IUTS, Florida

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NO DOWN VISIT DALE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY

VA PAYMENT Beattliftt GARDEN $15,000 TO $19,000


Several Large LOTS FOR SALE In FAIR GLEN.

A Community Of Fine Homes In Titusville 14730 to $6830 Homes' restricted to 1800 sq. ft. minimum.:



LOW DOWN Only 2 Miles West of U, S. 1 On Garden Street COWART & CARTER

i' FH A PAYMENT

BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM TWO TILED BATHS 3200 Garden St., Titusville t
THREE & FOUR Phone: 267-3222 or 267-2331

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Jess Parrish Hospital Aclivilv IOQOOOOOOOOOOQ00QQOOG


Activity at Jets Parrish Me' July II Susan prevail, Alice Perry, YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE

t BuildlngPermllsOl1 mortal Hospital: Admissions Arnold Earl' Tempe Denson, Rita Davis, HalF O WITH THE EXTRA CALLS YOU GET .

July 17 BoutiUer Patricia Overstreet, -Uollifield, Joan Mogtlevsky of .A WHEN YOUR PHONE 0
Shirley Spear, Josle Knight Tltusville; Melanie Campbell of IS ALWAYS ANSWERED
Building permits in the County Only one permit was issued St. Lake Worth. The sta Admissions Margot Helen Ruth Andrews of Titusville. Mima .
Perkins, Patricia Wickline, Fer- Discharges Thomas Walker, ,
Discharges Billy Brown
the North Brevard -
Office took vacation area a
Zoning a is to be built on State Road O
That commercial rill Janice Mazzato, Ruth Koe- Shelby Rogers, Ellen Karavas Shirley Johnson Arlene Kirk t.
last week. was a one 331"n"
Geiger-Jonea Consructlon nig, Debra Surrency, Shirley and baby boy, Patricia Wickline land and baby boy, Donna Paglialongs .

pnly a dozen r.ew home per- Corp$20,000 for issued the Exaco to Barlo Oil Co., Inc., Orlando, was listed as Johnson, Edith Burgess of Titus- Arch Canada, Sarah Dees, Don and baby boy, Dr Mar A Tiiusvllle Area Cocoa it Cocoa Beach .
mils were Issued In the week's building contractor ald Saltsman, Concetta Ciarrus- garet Moore, Cheryl Gordon, O T 267-5530 638.7031.
ville Robert Taylor of Mlms.
; so, Sandra Puckett, Scott Gardner C. Smith, David Bumbalough, .
total of $364,750 recorded by the Discharges Caroline Baker of Tit us ville; Eddie Siau of Frederick ;Erb!: Petty Brimer, ee e.s000300.StarAdvocate .
county office for construction and baby girl, Vivian Blair and Rockledge. John Lennon, Doris Millner,
outside municipal corporate tim baby girl, Jean Jannarone,
July 19 Daniel Ryan of Titusville; Mar-
its. These 12 homes added up to Dawn Drury, Peggy Sue Kemp, Admissions Dr Margaret that Edduis and baby boy of Classifieds' Get Quick Results!

$203,420 in permits. Mary Ann Tierese of Tltusville. Moore, Frances Phoebe Wood, Mimi.

Seven commercial permits
helped hold up the week's activIty t

n little, accounting for $128- mr umnnm atrri; :
600 In permits issued through Y ?,. rilinirrjjr!
'
Wednesday. IT'S NEW! IT'S HERE! I.YlV. -r!i ijjll

The miscellaneous category,
also a little slack this week, hita JSit
.4'1 ,:! : ;.!
$32,1)30) figure.Causeway.

Study Top Value' Stamps


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Wins ApprovalOne its GIFT ,CATALOGilwiiiiiidibiiiGuu! { it

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more causeway may soon Kr ! !!!! ;
span the Indian River making a I jiEXTR
total of nine, including the FEC hi
QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 29th
railroad bridge north of Tltusville .,....lia VTOaU, IN* _'COPrHIOMT_ tO..,

Interstate Engineering Co., Inc.
FREE 100 EXTRA
of Miami nnd Melbourne, was officially !
hired by Brevard County
Commission: last week to make a Top Value Stamps 100 Cues Stamps with, Tome

feasibility report and for engineering With the Purchase ofWD v Meat Loaf 2n-upkflr* .
work on the Grant Causeway --- I ,
to span the river from U. S. JACK AND JILL Favorite Mother Goose characters.Jack BRAND Leaner, Fresher : .. 50 Extra Stamps with TARNOW

1 at Grant to a point on SR AlA and Jill, charmed audiences with a Dutch dance Ground SlicedBacon Wieners LbPka49 I
south of Melbourne Beach. during the Miniature First Nighters production, a mus 50 Extra Stamps with TARNOW
ical version of "Little Red Riding Hood" Friday, Sat Meat Loaf l1i.Lb.. Pk'.98'
Estimated costs of the high level urday and Sunday in the Whispering Hills School Cafe- Beef
( bridge and causeway were torium. Jack and Jill were portrayed by Jimmie Strak- 50 Extra Stomps with GEORGIA
estimated at $1 million. It would beln and Lynn Earnest. Choreographer for the produc Brick Sausage Le.59'

be a toll causeway, similar to tion was Phyllis Earnest of the Earnest School of Dance. 5.LO $ *g95 25 Etxro Stamps with SUNNYLAND

Bennct causeway at City Point. (Carlson Photo). \ : Pickle Loaf 8<1. Pkg. 39

PKG. 25 Extra Stomp with COOK QUICK CHOP

I L, ORLANDO DIRECTORY II _ Sirloin Steaks P o, 89'

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FRESH BAKED

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IUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ORGANS Meal Grits
or Save I0< DIXIE DARLING Hamburgor or

.ORLANDO AUTOMATICTRANSMISSION Complete Selection Of CONN ORGANS Wiener Buns 2P8k:;'29' '

: SERVICE Lighting Fixtures And 'o f'' Save 6t DIXIE DARLING Hamburger or
Oldest and Ix. Wiring Supplies AtWholeul. "C"Uc\ 4-LO. -. .
Central elusive Florida's Automatic Trammiitlonhep. PricedSIMONET 19 V -5 Wiener Buns Pia 23'

Rebuild, xchange, Rtpiir. ,o.K BAG Save 10' DIXIE DARLING Angel
MOO Mile or W Days Wrrtntylt4 ELECTRIC CO. in a _A Food Cakes Pkg.29'
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Keyboard
: Inc. 12-01. .
N. Orang Bl. Trail' Orlando, 1200 N. Mill.- Orlando 425-2490 .
Organ Specialists 137
OA 5-05*. Since
501 N. Magnolia Ave Limit one of your choice with a $2 or (more order
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLOOR COVERINGDo Orlando 241.574

TOM'S M' AUTOMATIC It Yourself and Savol PAWN SHOP c'50 f ASTOR 6 9 j Maxwell House 8 9

TRANSMISSION Sf RVICI Central WALL"0'TILE.. Largest- FLOOR Stock of : Johnny Gentile's HS, 0 ee6-.or..iar 6-oz.Jar

Complete Sorvlto On Asphalt, Vinyl, Pleitl Cork Tiles Pawn Snop SAVE 26* .
All Automatic Transmissions '
Ixehangos Work Guaranteed TROPICANA TILE AND Eitab. I Veers SAVE 10 LIBBY'STomato i itn
Wo Buy S.II, and Trade Anything
Hit W. Church-Orlande-422 '04 FLOOR COVERING.7t7l Guns, TV. Camera, Radios, ate ir, 32
N. Orango,, -Orlando-423 tn
-- --- 1122 W. Church, Orlando GA S.40t Juice. GLASS 19'
AUTOS IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING .

PET SHOPS SAVE 4e AMERICAN Limit"3"please.


Renault-. Solos and A SirvlcoRohso Peugeot CARPETS K>.r..Un A Cabin BY LEE'S Craflar d -Complitto LAKE PIT. BARTON SHOP line Pets, ) I 1 \\l Oil Sardines N .. its '5-

Motors rapi>rli'i Cu.tom Maila .
1"",.. Decorallnc Burvluo ... Supplies, Grooming .
ttt BOOM St. Orlando HAKNKSDrapery friI:: 277-3033 SAVE IQs CRACKIN" (SOODVanilla 0

Quality U... Imports A Floor Coverings, Inc.Koa 5616 I. Colonial Dr. Orlando '
N. Orinn Orlando S.8487 "hi.r>lhlnl from A.. *.ra.. 19
AUTO SALES SERVICE FURNITURE .. IIn.. .. a 0 r P Wafers PKG

PLATING ELECTRIC
Orlando Motors Inc. SAVE 44 CALO CAT 'OR
HAVERTY'S '
slaw,gored'
411 N. Orange Blossom Trail 54 Store Buying" Power ttw1aIL rl.oxluA No 1 Tall.
GA $211Dvdge Saves You More l'I.'rll'lli' C". Dog Food CANE .1O
Dart Dod,. Tracks 100 Miles Free Delivery I 00004
Cmllmn Pialllf C' ema
put jaguar A MercedesBens"We Low Easy Terms .
silver Nltknl' Copper' llrmllurflov .. ... _.
OufO Mon Frl Niles III S P.M. -- ,,, .
Service What Soli"iUTO and LacqiiBiIngKWI tats o
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421 N. Orange Orlando CH 1 S371 r-r- '3 : RDt rlxii74ria1
SALES SERVICI W. ronliil AVI Orlando
SIMPSON MOTORS GUNS Plumbing Supplies EX.TR, FRESH! FRESH! PRODUCE
HARLAN A TED'SPLUMBING
PRAGER'SGUN
PLYMOUTH VALIANT SUPPLIES TOP VALUE. STAMPS
wtM M11.+-*M*"
CHRYSLER SHOP Discount Plumbing Supplies eaAcKAoE::: a SWEET, JUICY WHITE

Sole NEW A USED FIRE ARMS Bathroom Fixtures Pipe Fitting ;4'w; I OB
Roast !
Turkey
Part and Service,' _
Used Cars Bought Sold Traded. Pumps Water Hooters Oooo THRU JULf SOTH S d G
1120 N. Orange, Orlando, GA 2-4141 I Scopes Mounted! 512 E. Colonial Dr. i ., 3/ 1r ee ess rapes
i 1707 N. Mills Orlando 425-9653 Orlando CR 7.OS69 M
AUTO SALES SERVICI '
I HEALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN RELIGIOUS i "MS--
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rcMTaWCII C I NATURAL ORLANDO BIBLE VAiy!.STAMPS. + r '"
( ) MM MJt.!Y.
FOOD STORE AND BOOK STORE ,. .
[. "The Power of the Word"Specializing rStM .. r.02a. Pcr
Vitamins, special .
I dietary foods for OOUTHIMN &L.L'Devil 'p
ollergloi diabetic soltfroe reduc In !Hibles, Religious V Crab 99 29,
Truck Ud-d
.Crew TruUa
l'.rt. --..rv..... In, and: gaining weight, Schlff, Books, Uitir an I Sunday School GOOD Mar ",un ..... Pound ,/
Thompson Hoffman end otho,.. Supplies' Mail! order on all items
SUPERIOR GMC TRUCKS, INC. .. s,
Pbooa Ut.rnUrlaud.. Mall Orders Box 1646 Cash or Credit_ for ChurrhesN nA rwM MU/ r.EXTRA. .
I I 11 E. Church Orlando 424.7212 E. Church Orlando 427-1507
AUTO SALES SERVICE
MERCHANDISE TRAVEL BUREAU .

TOP...VALUE., STAMPS
COLLIER AUTO SALES LARGE FIRM HEADS OF
HERMAN'S LOAN I ...... SUN LAND(
Central Fl.'.. Leading Deeler' for "Central Florida's Oldest" \ ', HOWARD JOHNSON
ITUDEBAKER LARK BMW Eitabllihad 1921 $6 TRAVELBUREAU tk7 Choc. Cake 89 Crisp ;Lettuce 2 FOR 39
Ul N. Orlando 423 MM } 1' 4 .
Orange- Jewelry Luggago DiamondsGultart .h... '..': 0 sees THBU JULT the

Tremendoui Selection of Used .-Camorat. .dloGun .II.. I'.r rm.alSI, 60 .. ......,...... .
Imports -10S1 N. Orange, Orlando 27 W Church Orlando 422104 Ar qua*. Crulm A tnwmihip. World' TlekfiaTours Wlilo, L .. s: t45 .16. 'a ,s7a6'iltL' AI115aerWrb7e: IIItL --4

CH 1-5321 SO E. Pino, OrUrTRUCKSERVICE mmmmmatfmmav&at
AWNINGS OFFICE SUPPLIES -- I i C. M etoQk ; MINUTE MAID Frozen IDAHO VALLEY FrozenLimeade "
TOP VALUE STAMPS a or French FriedSticksy.e

Aluma-Krsft, Awnings. Inc. PENNEY'S BOOK STORE, INC. JACOB'S TRUCK SERVICE INC. .... I LEMONADE STPCK POTATOES
MARQUEES PATIOS
Complete Alignment Service wu.lsh:A .
SCREEN ENCLOSURES Open All Day Saturday For Trucks Trailers /$l.OOe .
Manufactured 'In Orlando One of Orlando's Most Frames, Front Allies Stralht.n.dGonorol ,..." JulT ..... I I I soil 2-LB.
Call Collect Complete NOW! j
Repair Experienced 7 J 9
No Down Payment-Free Estimate' Llnei of Office Supplies. Mechanics Af ..,._.... CANS Y BAG ,

411 Breokheven Dr., OrlandoCONSTRUCTION 1M W. Pine, Orlando, 422.J454 1342 Washington St. Orlando -
GA 2-6139 425.5536See ... .. .
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Earth hi:;J;, Adams Moving Equipment Construction Equipment! Co. Office Office kayo Supplies ama a Equipment*.v.1..rr_In 4y..This* IB and Area.Wa your. Star For- Advocate Your : !{1/iQjflf1tJl'l Place 1 (lo.,. EQr-U: Jtl1Ii 1l.it$ roEat tli11

la Sales A Rentals Bishop Office Equip Co., Inc. '
L' .. 1w af.. Tnlonlnl' Dr Orliiula ;;;;
1342 W. ChurrhOrlarrln .. ;. Printing Needs! ..
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Jess. Parrish Hospital Activity 0e0ooeo oooeo ..o.

Activity at Jess Purrlsh Me July 11 Susan Prevail; .Alice Perry YOU'LL MAKE AN EXTRA SALE
t BuildingPermltsOl1Building morlal HospItal: Admissions Arnold Earl' Tempe Denson, Rita Davis Hal WITH THE EXTRA CALLS YOU GET
Boutllier. Patricia Overslreet, llolllfield, Joan Mogrlevsky of WHEN YOUR PHONE Q
July 17 Shirley Spear, Josie Knight, Titusville; Melanie Campbell of IS ALWAYS ANSWERED M
AdmissionsMargot Helen Ruth Andrews of Titusville. Mime .
permits in the County Only one permit St.. Lake Worth The sta
PerkiN, Patricia Wltkllne, Fer- Discharges Thomas Walker, Discharges Billy Brown, @
Zoning Office took a vacationlast the North Bievard Is to be built on State Road -- :
rill Janice Mazzato, Ruth Koe- Shelby Rogers, Ellen Karavai Shirley Johnson, Arlene Kirkland :
week. That was a Geiger-Jons Consruction nlg, Dcbra Surrency, ShirleyJohnson and baby boy, Patricia Wlckline, and baby boy, Donna Paglialonga -
dozen home $20,000 Issued to Inc.. Orlando, was listed as Arch Canada, Sarah Dees, Don and baby boy, Dr. Margaret TUutvllU Area Cocoa & Cocoa Dwell .
Only a new per.
Corp for the Exaco building contractor. Edith Burgess of Titus. aid Bailsman Concetta Giarrus- Moore, Cheryl Gordon, O. 0 287.5530 638 7031 .
mite were issued in the week'atotal Vllle; Robert Taylor of Mims. Scott Gardner C. Smith David Bumbklough,
Sandra Puckett ,
of $364,750 recorded by the Discharges Caroline Baker so of Titusville; Eddie Siau of Frederick Erb: Petty Brimer, . .. . . . ..

county office for construction and baby girl, Vivian Blair and Rockledge. John Lennon, Doris Millner,
outside municipal corporate limits baby girl, Jean Jannarone July I II Daniel Ryan of Tituaville; Mar
These 12 homes added up to Dawn Drury, Peggy Sue Kemp, Admissions Dr Margaret that Eddms and baby boy of Star-Advocate Classifieds Get Quick Results!
$203,420, in permits. Mary Ann Tierese of TiluBv le. Moore, Frances Phoebe Wood, Minns.

., Seven commercial permit.
helped hold up the week's activity Iw J

n little( accounting for $128- ::i,r tnmt?mmtEn rii? n !kijifli? ii IHiix!?? :

Wednesday.The 600 In permits. issued through IT'S NEW! IT'S HERE!


miscellaneous category,
also a little slack this week, hit

a. $32,830 figure.Causeway. Top Value Stamps


Study


Wins ApprovalOne GIFTIATALOGIQUANTITY

r( [e .11,1 n1ai 1r 0 9 '4: ii.i: ?
more causeway may soon
span the Indian River making I

total of nine, Including the FEC RIGHTS RESERVED PRICES GOOD THRU JULY 29th.
railroad bridge north of Tltusville .
WIHM BIXII eTO t m* -coprmaxT V IM

Interstate Engineering Co., Inc. FREE 100 EXTRA!
of Miami nnd Melbourne, war of.
tidally hired by Brevard County
Top Value Stamps 100 Extra Stamps with Tome
Commission! last week to make a '
feasibility report and for engineering r n a ? With the PurchoM .f "' Meat Loaf 2Yk-Lb. pkfl$14 l
work on the Grant Causeway ; : 50 Extra Stomp with TARNOW
W-D BRAND Fresher
to the river from U. S. JACK AND JILL Goose characters. Leaner *
span Wieners 49 '
Jack and Jill, with a Dutch dance SlicedBacon u. pg.
1 at Grant to a point on SR AlA Ground
south of Melbourne Beach. during the production, a musical 50 Extra Stomps With TARNOW
version of Hood" Friday, Sat. Meat Loaf14'Lb Pkg.98'
Estimated costs of the high lev urday and Sunday Hills School Cafe.
B f SO Extra Stomps with GEORGIA
d[ bridge and causeway were torium. Jack and by Jimmie Strak- e e Brick Sausage 59'
estimated at $1 million. It would bein and Lynn for the production Lb
be a toll causeway, similar to was Phyllis School of Dance. S-LB. $ .,95 25 Etxra Stomps with' SUNNYlAND
Bennct causeway at City Point. ,- (Carlson Photo) 1 ,\ Pickle Loaf 8-01. Pkfl, 39'PKG.

25 Extra Stomps with COOK QUICK CHOP.

Sirloin Steaks p\ 89'
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SAVE 10* PLANTATION FRESH f BAKED


AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ELECTRICAL Meal or Grits Save 10* DIXIE DARLING Hamburger orWiener
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ORLANDO AUTOMATIC Complete ORGANS Buns 2A '29

Lighting Save 6c. DIXIE DARLING Hamburger or
TRANSMISSION Central Florida's Oldest SERVICE$ and Exclusive Wiring )< &1'1 4-LB. 19 y -'. ,r Wiener Buns p::- 23'
Wholesale ,.
Automat! Transmissionfhep.
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'''iii BAG Save toe DIXIE DARLING Ang.1Food
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Rebuild, Exchange, Repair. ? L
MOO Mile er W Days Warranty! SIMONET Cakes 12o.Pkg.29'lClmlt ;
IM N. Orange BI. Trail, Orlande, 1200 N. Mills Orlando Keyboard. Inc.
045*. Specialists Since 1W7
OA 5
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501 N. Magnolia Ave. one of your choice with a $2'50 or mor order.

AUTOMATIC... TRANSMISSIONTOM'S FLOOR COVERING Orlando 241.5474 Maxwell


f TRANSMISSION AUTOMATIC SERVICE Do WALL It Yourself TILl -and Johnny SHOP Gentile's Cnsh Coffee ASTOR. r.ia oy'6 House. Jar 0y'

Central FU's. Largest m1'H" SAVE lOc SAVE 26
Complete Sarvlc.On Asphalt, Vinyl, Plastic Pawn Snop
All Automatic Transmissions "
Exchanges Work Guaranteed TROPICANA Estab. I Veers SAVE 10* LIBBY'STomato 1
Sell, and Trade Anything
1J10 W. Church-Orlando-422 904 FLOOR N. Organg.- Iand TV, Camera, Radios' etc, Juice. 19
Church, Orlindo, GA 5-401' GLASS ,
AUTOS IMPORTED FLOOR COVERING .
SHOPS 11 SAVE At AMERICAN Lirpit' 3' please.

Renault and PeugeotSales .CARPETS BY -LAKE BARTON

A Service Karxtin Cabin PET SHOP 1 Oil Sardines. Ned 5 ,
Rehse Motor Draperloi Custom Complete" line Pets, .
Free DeooruClnj Supplies, Grooming
M* Boone St. Orlando RAKNKS .:;..0 277303) SAVE 10. CRACKIN4- -'GOODVanilla ". '

Quality Used Import Drapery Floor ". E. Colonial Dr. Orland. '
ilMt'( N. Or.naa .." frwm An. farm Wafers K"t 19,
AUTO SALES SERVICE FURNITURE -I. ....h." a t r /

ELECTRIC SAVE 4* CALO CAT OR
Orlando Motors Inc.
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alaeuFSAyor
411 N. Orange Blossom Trail 54 Store Buylrw tCNIHtt: riOBlUA. Food CAN.11 1 0
GAS.2411Dodge Saves You I'l.ATllO! C"'. Dog ;
Dart Dodge Truck 100 Mlles Fr. ., .
PUllit" C' due
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Flat Jaguar Mercedes-Bens Low Easy .
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